Power_VANO added a topic in Product FeedbackSuggestion: Staff page to show which moderator is in which forumPre-IPS4 staff page showed the list of Moderators and forums in which they had moderation powers turned on.
In IPS4 this feature has been taken away. Although there is a possibility to create categories, it means a lot of manual work, particularly for large communities with many forums. Also, this needs constant updating which in turn translates in a lot more time and effort. The old "automatic" staff page was far more comfortable. For me, as a community admin, it is very difficult now to see which forum has which moderators enabled in them.
Please consider bringing this feature back in IPS4.
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Power_VANO added a topic in Product FeedbackSuggestion: Own Topics Open/Close PermissionPre-IPS4 there was a possibility to give several user groups (e.g. "members" group) permission to Open/Close their own topics themselves.
In IPS4 there are only options for Delete/Hide own content, but not Open/Close.
It would be nice for this feature to be reintroduced in IPS4.
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Power_VANO added a topic in Product FeedbackSuggestion: Warning ActionsDear IP.Board Staff,
FIrst of all, I am pretty impressed with the new IP.Board 4 release but I have probably a nice suggestion for the warning system.
Currently we can Moderate Content, Restrict from posting or Ban member based on warning points.
It would be great if there was a possibility to add Flood Control to that suite. We would have been able to enforce different flood control settings at different warning levels. This feature will give warning system way more value I think.
I also understand that we also have flood control settings in other places too, therefore I think Flood Control settings in warning system can be additions for already configured settings e.g. for "Members" group.
E.g. if members have 30 sec posting flood control by default and in warning system we configure 20 second flood control at certain points, they should sum up, not override.
I hope my suggestion will gain support from others too.
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