To make it clear for users there should be a "Solved" tag/indication in the View New Content for the topics that have a "best answer" as well as in the Recent Topics hook in the sidebar, or preferably ACP options for activating this.
Cannot agree more. I hit this issue today. Un-archiving hundreds of topics manually is not an option, as is un-archiving all topics then move the topics only to enable archiving once again when the move is done. I cannot delete a forum section either without un-archiving all. 3.4.0 must contain a remedy for this.
Using the tags system with prefixes does not work 100% well. Say you add 5 tags to a topic and when the topic is solved you want to mark it as "SOLVED" by using "Set the first tag as prefix". To achieve this one must delete all tags and add "SOLVED" first, then add all tags back. Having a solution to edit the first tag or add a tag first would be very nice.
Yesterday morning I upgraded my 3.2.3 board to 3.3.2 with all the latest addons. Even though I waited for a couple of maintenance releases before upgrading to a new major version there were some issues and questions raised.
This resulted in 7 support tickets which in turn resulted in a couple of problems solved by IPS, three resulting bug reports in the Tracker and the rest I could solve myself after getting the solution from IPS and/or being pointed.in the right direction.
So what I am saying is that after less than 24 hours I have been able to get not only quick but also very precise support which has made my board the way I want it to be. Many thanks for the great support and also the great product upgrades. Looking forward to what's coming next :)
I vote for fixing mobile support for IP.Content ASAP. One way of doing it can be a landing page saying "welcome, this page does not yet support mobile browsers. You have two options: Proceed to mobile version for forums, gallery etc or use the full version skin to access the content".
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The Login as Member feature.... would you be able to make posts as that member or is it purely to see how they would view the site regarding permissions, etc.
Yeah, could be an interesting point of view. Member trust... It seems to me you could impersonate any user on your forums?