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    Mark reacted to CoffeeCake in Wanted: PHP developer to join our growing team   
    Hey I know a guy! @Mark, this might be of interest.
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    Mark got a reaction from Maxxius in 4.5: Zapier Brings Integration with Over 2,000 Web Apps   
    The main benefit is to integrate with this party services. Zapier provides a common platform of exchange for any app: Mailchimp, Google, Facebook, Dropbox, etc - and now Invision Community - to send data to any other.
    The fact you can use it to send stuff from one Invision Community to the same Invision Community is an interesting thing I wanted to mention, but I imagine most people will be linking with external services.
    "Integrate with [insert service name here]" is one of our most popular feature requests.
    Zapier also has this!
    During testing, I had a Zap that did "if someone makes a post, and that post contains my name, blink the lights in my living room red and send me a slack message - if it contains another staff member's name, blink the lights blue". I was going to include a video in the blog entry, but thought we should stick to realistic examples (people are sometimes a bit literal and I thought some might get confused into thinking we were aiming for building a feature that aimed to blink the lights in your home 😅).
    We don't have a "New Purchase" trigger yet (though obviously it's high on our list) but by sending that trigger to Delay and then an email service that kind of thing is a great example of the sort of thing you could accomplish.
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    Mark reacted to opentype in 4.5: Sign in with Apple   
    You can use that via Stripe. 
     
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    Mark reacted to Stuart Silvester in 4.5: One More Thing...   
    You might say it works a little better, as far as I know you cannot Pay for WordPress plugins via their installation process.
    It really is as simple as video shows though.
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    Mark reacted to ahc in 4.5: One More Thing...   
    If only the actual marketplace looked as nice and clean as that.  😱
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    Mark reacted to Martin A. in 4.5: One More Thing...   
    This brings back memories to when I made an app that did this back in 2010.

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    Mark reacted to Dean_ in 4.5: One More Thing...   
    After all these years of Wordpress doing this and us speaking about it here, we finally see it!

    Nice job!
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    Mark reacted to SJ77 in 4.5: One More Thing...   
    IPS just had an Apple moment. 
     
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    Mark got a reaction from Aaron M in 4.5: Commerce Trials   
    Both
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    Mark reacted to AlexWebsites in Test drive Invision Community 4.5   
    I wonder if this is a new feature with subscriptions for a free trial period:

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    Mark reacted to Spanner in 4.5: Everything else   
    Great. Now I have workaround 🙂
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    Mark reacted to LaCollision in 4.5: Everything else   
    Oh my…
     😍 🥰
    Thanks!!
     
    Greatest news ever.
    THANK YOU
     
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    Mark reacted to Adriano Faria in 4.5: Language System Updates   
    We (those who make/update translations) need a tool that can tell us which new language bits was added between versions so we can update our translations easily and faster.
    The UNTRANSLATED filter isn't practical in this case because there are hundred of language bits that I (and a lot of people here) didn't translate (like countries, emoticons, etc) and they are there so it's a "false" positive in this case.
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    Mark reacted to O9C4 in 4.5: Language System Updates   
    Hello @Ryan Ashbrook, thanks for the update. How about translate feature, like in WeChat or Facebook? It would be great as we have a lot of global members who posts messages in its native language. For now I have some content in french, spain, chinese, arabian. I use Google Translate to confirm the foreign content is legal and relevant. That way of moderation giving me more new members and searches in foreign browsers.


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    Mark got a reaction from IPCommerceFan in 4.5: Zapier Brings Integration with Over 2,000 Web Apps   
    The main benefit is to integrate with this party services. Zapier provides a common platform of exchange for any app: Mailchimp, Google, Facebook, Dropbox, etc - and now Invision Community - to send data to any other.
    The fact you can use it to send stuff from one Invision Community to the same Invision Community is an interesting thing I wanted to mention, but I imagine most people will be linking with external services.
    "Integrate with [insert service name here]" is one of our most popular feature requests.
    Zapier also has this!
    During testing, I had a Zap that did "if someone makes a post, and that post contains my name, blink the lights in my living room red and send me a slack message - if it contains another staff member's name, blink the lights blue". I was going to include a video in the blog entry, but thought we should stick to realistic examples (people are sometimes a bit literal and I thought some might get confused into thinking we were aiming for building a feature that aimed to blink the lights in your home 😅).
    We don't have a "New Purchase" trigger yet (though obviously it's high on our list) but by sending that trigger to Delay and then an email service that kind of thing is a great example of the sort of thing you could accomplish.
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    Mark got a reaction from SC36DC in 4.5: Zapier Brings Integration with Over 2,000 Web Apps   
    The main benefit is to integrate with this party services. Zapier provides a common platform of exchange for any app: Mailchimp, Google, Facebook, Dropbox, etc - and now Invision Community - to send data to any other.
    The fact you can use it to send stuff from one Invision Community to the same Invision Community is an interesting thing I wanted to mention, but I imagine most people will be linking with external services.
    "Integrate with [insert service name here]" is one of our most popular feature requests.
    Zapier also has this!
    During testing, I had a Zap that did "if someone makes a post, and that post contains my name, blink the lights in my living room red and send me a slack message - if it contains another staff member's name, blink the lights blue". I was going to include a video in the blog entry, but thought we should stick to realistic examples (people are sometimes a bit literal and I thought some might get confused into thinking we were aiming for building a feature that aimed to blink the lights in your home 😅).
    We don't have a "New Purchase" trigger yet (though obviously it's high on our list) but by sending that trigger to Delay and then an email service that kind of thing is a great example of the sort of thing you could accomplish.
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    Mark reacted to The Heff in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Mark reacted to AlexJ in 4.5: Your new admin control panel   
    Share the dark side! 🙂 
    PS I see referred by Matt!! - Looks like some referral stuff, kicking in? Would be nice to have dynamic signatures generator for each member so that they can use same on other sites and/or promotions and/or personalized signature based on variable things. 
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    Mark reacted to DawPi in 4.5: Your new admin control panel   
    Welcome new IPS Team Member 😉
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    Mark reacted to ABGenc in Invision Community Apps for iOS & Android   
    Wouldnt it be easier to start small and grow slowly but safely ?
    Not all of the community owners would like to pay for a white-label application or it wouldnt be affordable at first. It is said that it will be an option in the future.
    For all of the years we have been waiting, I personally expect and am excited for an application which is supported within the code itself and written by the IPS which means we wont be facing problems of a plugin / application which is not yet supported for the new version.
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    Mark got a reaction from SJ77 in 4.4: Store Filters and other Commerce updates   
    Only the main Commerce storefront right now.
    Sydney 😘 I will accept all kisses on behalf of the team.
     
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    Mark got a reaction from liquidfractal in 4.4: Increase visitor registrations with Post Before Registering   
    It will use the one from the social service (assuming it's set to import emails)
    I did experiment with a modal but it felt weird... Like, do you leave the editor with their post still open underneath? That makes it feel like the post hasn't been submitted, and that you could close the modal to cancel, but that wouldn't be the case.
    Yes that checkbox is part of the normal registration form.
    If they don't complete registration (i.e. they never confirm agreeing to the privacy policy) the email address is automatically deleted. The only thing it is used for before that is to send one follow up email to remind them to finish submitting the very content they submitted alongside giving their email, which is a legitimate interest.
    Yes, that's exactly how it works 🙂 
    Yes, they will see the COPPA form after submitting the post, and then on the next step it will be as shown in the blog entry.
    Invision Community doesn't natively integrate with Akismet, but the registration process is unchanged so our native Spam Defence service, and any other anti=spam measures you have in place are still honoured.
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    Mark reacted to opentype in 4.4: Recurring PayPal Payments and more with Braintree and Commerce   
    There are PayPal Billing Agreements in 4.3 already. So yes, you can have automatic recurring payments. If you are unsure how to activate that, I would suggest a support ticket. 
    This blog post here is about 4.4 and Braintree, which is new option. There is nothing here that needed “fixing”. 
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    Mark got a reaction from The Old Man in 4.4: Recurring PayPal Payments and more with Braintree and Commerce   
    Yes it is. Just like with Stripe you set up each as a separate payment method (but using the same credentials). This allows you to control where they are available (for example, since Apple Pay cannot handle recurring payments you might want to offer that only for products which don't have renewals). They will automatically hide if the user's device doesn't support them (Apple Pay can only be used on Apple products, for example). You can set the "Available To" setting in a payment method (which controls which countries it is available to) to none of them, which effectively "disables" a payment method. You can keep using Stripe for cards and just switch to Braintree for PayPal. If you wanted to switch everything to Braintree to have everything in one location, you would lose cards customers have stored on file (though this would be handled gracefully - they'll just be sent an invoice like they would if their card had expired).
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    Mark got a reaction from The Old Man in 4.4: Recurring PayPal Payments and more with Braintree and Commerce   
    Other than notifying Commerce about a dispute (which does use a webhook), everything is initiated by Commerce's end. If a user revokes permission for the recurring charges from their PayPal account then the next time Commerce tries to charge it, it will treat it the same as it would a declined/expired credit card: it will try to use any other payment methods they have on their account and, failing that, will send them a renewal invoice.
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