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  1. Going to go through the rest of the list, but this one is great. There's a plugin for it. I use it in my own community 👍 It's for 4.5 but from what I gather it should work for 4.6. Haven't tried it yet though so don't take my word for it 😆
  2. Appreciate you taking the time to write this out. A lot of great points 👍 👌
  3. Hey @newbie LAC, sorry for the multiple comments today 😅 - wondering if this will get some tlc and be updated for 4.6? 😇
  4. Thanks so much for the kind words! The team smashed this one out of the park. Appreciate this a lot 🫂
  5. Hey there, bummer to hear you don't like the look of the badges. Do you have any examples you can provide of ones you do like? Thanks.
  6. Ooooh I like this. It would be interesting if, while having this badge, they're moved to a new group (say a group with additional privileges). If they don't meet the 30 posts that week they're downgraded back to their original group (and thus losing the perks).
  7. Ahh interesting. Perhaps in those unique cases it'd be a good idea to paste the link to the link text... Link inception! https://xn--90adahrqfmec.xn--p1ai/
  8. I would give the little CSS option suggested above a try! I'm curious if that does the trick or not :]
  9. Hello! Interesting. Can you expand a little more on this please? Why do you want to limit certain extensions?
  10. I like this as well. What if you created an "admin" group that only had access to basic permissions that included this? I personally have done that on my own community. They are technically admins, but only have a handful of permissions checked. But if you are looking for it to be done in the front-end, perhaps that'd be a good plugin? IDK IDK. Thoughts y'all?
  11. Just want to say mad respect for the time and attention you put into thinking this all out! We have a bunch of awesome stuff in the works, but I'd personally be interested in us expanding on Pages in the future! It's pretty darn good currently, but yes I'd love to see what else we can do with it as well. 🙏
  12. Hello! I would suspect you are right - because if you are implementing ad code from a third-party company, than it could cause issues. I've personally run into trouble before where something was being wonky in my community. Turns out it was because of an ad script. 😅
  13. Appreciate the feedback! And dayum, watching the live event from the beach? So fancy 😎
  14. Invision Community's latest update, 4.6, is officially out! To celebrate, we hosted a live event on Zoom. I, alongside two of the three Invision Community co-founders @Charles and @Matt (shout-out to @Lindy) sat down for a roundtable talk to chat about some of the slickest features 4.6 has to offer. If you'd like to refresh your memory with exactly what features we implemented in 4.6, check out our detailed blog post (after you're done watching our live event above, of course). It includes: Achievements Spam Improvements Health dashboard Web app and push notifications Anonymous posting Solved content Show when a team member has replied Did you catch the low-key Smart Community announcement? 🙃 We also wanted to take the time to answer a few questions we received during the live event that we couldn't get to in the moment. Question: regarding the anonymous posting... is it completely anonymous (like no record is stored of who posted it) or is just a pseudo thing, like it shows "anonymous" but admins/mods can see who posted it? Answer: The community owner can choose whether moderators can see the true identity of the user. This uses the built in moderator permissions so they can have it so all moderators, just specific moderators or nobody can see this info. --- Question: Is the translation service be hosted by IPS or do we need to use Google or Bing services on our community? Answer: It will be a turnkey service provided by Invision Community. --- Question: Does Achievements show how many x Points are left to the next level? Answer: Yup! --- Question: When will Smart Community be available? Unsatisfying Answer: We are excited to share more details on Smart Community soon! --- We appreciate you participating / watching our first-ever live event. We're planning on doing more, so keep an eye out for the next one. Thoughts? Comments? Questions? Concerns? Drop us a line in the comments!
  15. Haha jk. Appreciate you watching! 💜 @SeNioR- Might need to start brainstorming a Part II, right @Charles 😏
  16. Appreciate this comment a lot 🥲 Exactly the vibe we were going for! And I love your perspective on community. Thanks for the kind words, @Davyc!
  17. Nearly two decades ago, Invision Community President, @Charles , set out to make a leading online community platform. Around that time, Charles also met his now-husband of 18-years and hasn't looked back since. Until now. Behind the code, product updates and newsletters are a group of people who share a passion for community building. Considering how volatile and toxic the Internet can be, we want to become more visible, transparent and vulnerable. To help you familiarize yourself with the masterminds behind Invision Community, starting with Charles, we're kicking off a new series that'll highlight our team. I interviewed Charles for the first installment. In it, he commented on the state of the Internet: "I do think some times, for or better or for worse, people forget there are real people on the other end," he said. Mr. Warner also touched on Invision Community's evolution over the years. "People don't like change. No one likes change," Charles said, adding "sometimes you say, 'we really need to change something' either in the software, or how you do things, and people push back. It might be we change a feature or maybe internally we change the way we do something. Sometimes you have to move forward. Sometimes it's irritating at first. 'Why did you change that?!' And also you have to recognize that sometimes you're wrong. Sometimes you might change something [and think], 'no, it's not better...' I really find that that's a big thing – to constantly be looking at all those other options and try stuff out. It doesn't harm [anything] to try things." And in the spirit of Pride Month, Charles opened up about being part of the LGBTQ community and also President of a successful company. He hopes it'll inspire others. The full interview is available to watch up top. After watching, please drop us a line in the comments and let us know your thoughts! 🌈
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