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Tom S. last won the day on December 25 2018

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  1. Thank you for the response. Concerning the no modifications part. Why is that not an option? After you build the version of the app locked to my community, could I not then have access to the code to make modifications (similar to the web app version)? And then it would be my responsibility that when you release an update for the app I would incorporate it alongside my modifications? Similar to how I do with the web app currently. (It might get complicated, but that's my problem). Essentially, I think it would be nice if you copied a similar business model that you use for the web version. As for instance, if I could not make any modifications to the web app, I would not be a customer of yours. The same case applies for the mobile app. You posted this as I was typing my question. This probably answers most of the above 😄 Please do consider offering some kind of partnership service for more customizability. I'm sure businesses will be willing to pay a higher fee for it.
  2. Very exciting. Could you explain how a white label system would work? 1. Would we be able to make our own modifications? 2. Would users have to first download the "Invision App"? I love the idea but I can't see how it would play out in my head.
  3. I think service workers are easy to implement (so I've heard)
  4. In the release notes for version 4.4.5:
  5. For those of you who would like to see the public facing site through the years, I put this together a while back: edit: I would add more recent ones, but I can't edit the post 😕
  6. This week I've been trying to implement the built in referrals feature from IPS and I just keep coming across limitation after limitation. It begs the question; does any one actually use this... So, another improvement I would like to suggest is that you add the option to allow referrers to earn commission on renewals of a product and not just the initial sale. Sadly, these limitations are stacking up and I may have to go ahead and build my own system 😕
  7. Following on from my earlier post: Another suggestion I have is to add an option in the commission rules to allow us to set a date range related to when the referral was made. So, for example, you could set something like: Only allow commission if the referral as made less than 6 months ago.
  8. Totally agree that for less common languages it would be hard to make work. But for common languages it should be easy to create a decent return. If an approved translator quits, it just opens a spot for another to apply. In fact, in my mind the point where you buy a translation should be at this stage: And the translations would have renewals as well. Then the approved translator would get early access to the new string set for every new release so that the translations could be available day 1 of version releases.
  9. Yes, that is the main problem. Translations should not be offered in an open market place like they are currently. It needs to be closed off with a set price and approved translators who will be willing to keep translations up to date for a fair return on their investment.
  10. It's a shame there isn't a better marketplace solution for translations. The current offering is awful.
  11. Are you saying that charging people for a renewal of a license is illegal? Or have I misunderstood?
  12. I would feel the same way in your position. Would be nice to get an update on whether we can ever expect this to be a feature.
  13. I'm starting to implement the referrals system into my site and off the bat I have a few suggestions for improvement. The first is that there is no way for referrers to see where exactly they are getting the credit from or how they are performing. For example they should be able to see how many referrals they have. Also statistics as to where their credit has come from (Sale of this item, sale of that item). In other words, a nice dashboard with graphs and statistics. A second suggestion is to add the ability for automatic payouts of credit. Instead of users having to manually withdraw their credit from time to time. It would be nice if you could set intervals where earnings are paid out. And thirdly, the option when setting up commission rules to ignore any discount applied to a purchase, and give commission based on the non-discounted value of the sale.
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