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  1. I somehow feel this is an over-ambitious goal to hike company worth yet will be super awkward for your clients. Having a fully responsive mobile website (for sale) is like super basic and should be done by now right here...on the web. Like before 5...Why cant we move the mobile menu button to the left corner? It couldn't be farther away from my thumb as is. No to be rude, but who cares about an all-in-one app or will have faith in one if you cant do this on the web yet. Quick story...before I started using invision in like 2003 I used a forum all-in-one service called "aimoo forums" and it was wack. We had a game server forum under an "aimoo forums umbrella" where our user base could also explore anxiety forums and forums about knitting. It was so bad for our end users. It felt cheap and limited and was impossible to customize beyond colors and logo. Fast-forward to 2020 and I see 100s of do-it-yourself umbrella APPS like this now and just think..wow, how awkward for their users. Maybe I don't fully understand what this app store endeavor will look like, but i sense it will be similar. Also, if releasing an app slows down your marketplace-for-mods efforts that would be very unfortunate because it seems slow now and imo at the heart of IPS is simply the ability to addon/customize it.
  2. Yes that would be awesome. Another feature that would be cool - clone a raffle.
  3. is there a way to not show participants to any group but admin?
  4. Do you see ip.content as being something feasible to do (white-label or otherwise) like this? This is not an uncommon approach to forum-ish apps. I think you should set yourselves apart and do gallery and clubs! 😃
  5. Yes something should be done. I dislike having to be 'clever' to link to a post. Some of menu manager seems ill-conceived and should be further revised.
  6. Sometimes with IPS I just want the option to remove a feature that tends to confuse users and kills traffic such as sort options. The software is forcing me to make a post, download, product etc into a popularity contest with my humble user base. - "Most views, comments, purchases etc" are useless when you are selling content to a sparse audience that has already paid a premium to view the content in a step-by-step fashion. We want to show/sort content based on our needs—not user curiosity. This is also confusing the heck out of content creators uploading photos or downloads to an area where comments and/or reviews are not permitted, yet the sort option is there. If I could determine what are in these sort lists, your software would turn a corner for us. This is not a huge request, and I have been inquiring about this since you released the downloads module. Please consider! It's feels like the suite is broken everywhere because of this.
  7. I started over and same result. I PM'd you. We do not use tags, but I enabled them to test. We do not use clubs either. Not sure if this is necessary
  8. this threw an error when i attempted to create a record. It starts Error: Class '\IPS\cms\Records2' not found (0)
  9. this template rocks. When will this be 4.4.x ready? i am concerned bc 1/2 my plugins want 4.4 at this point. thanks 😃
  10. will this change a member's content post dates too?
  11. Thanks! I wanted to use this for giveaways (custom item / or voucher codes), as an incentive for return visits (gambling and last activity points), and for approved gallery uploads (which won't work with group collab (?) which sucks for us, but I get why) . I will look into the lottery and/or sports betting asap!
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