Yes, it confusing to not have the "Message Approval required" email notice fail to spell out what the consequences of Approval are, especially when there are Settings that make Approval counter-intuitive.
As an owner, you can set the no-email option on a hashtag to stop a message being emailed out
Yes, as Owner this Setting is selected to prevent Hashtags from being perpetrated, as there is no "OFF" switch for them, however the Calendar's design does not allow any WORK AROUND that is 'fool proof'.
and members can opt how to receive messages (or not) by their subscription settings and/or muting hashtags.
Yes, members have many options.
My goal is to have simple, uncluttered Reminders sent of in-person gatherings of amateur (mostly non-tech savvy) musicians (who are somewhat email competent, but avoid the website as something that is confusing and intimidating to them).
-Put in a simple toggle to "Allow / not Allow" all Hashtags or 2 toggles: one for automated 'system' hashtags and another for manual 'human-added' hashtags. Or at least spell out what the consequences of Approval, or Rejection by email is in the "Message Approval require" noticesIs this a suggestion or a bug?
I suppose it could/should really be both.
I didn't want the #bug to be overlooked among criticism of a #suggestion, so I only #hashtagged it as a #bug, believing that the #hashtag is supposed to focus what the post is about.
The #bug is that no "Message Approval required" notice was sent, and I thought I should post so that it was known, and could be fixed to prevent future (non)occurrences.
Yes, you do point out that explaining the context reveals that a suggestion is also in order. I had thought about also adding a #suggestion hashtag to the subject line, but failed to do that.
I'm not a texter (neither are virtually all members of all my groups) and do not like the graffiti-esque appearance of #hashtags cluttering Subject lines, so I'm not really comfortable with being a perpetrator of them, but since [beta] wants them used I'm trying.