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locked Re: Applying names to members in the main group- carryover to subgroups.

Maria
 

I was under the impression that members need to select their profile/display name not owners for them... What am I missing?

Maria


locked Applying names to members in the main group- carryover to subgroups.

Mike Fay <mikefay8888@...>
 

We recently transferred a dozen or so yahoo groups to one main .io group, and then also to a dozen sub-groups corresponding to the original 

yahoo groups. I've been spending some times applying names to all the members- through the members tab under admin on the main group.

I was surprised to find that the names I applied did not carryover to the subscriber when you view the members list in any sub-group that they are a part of.

That seems strange to me but maybe it is intentional, or maybe it is a bug. Assuming it is intentional, do any of the rest of you who use subgroups have

any reason why you would not want subscribers names applied to an e-mail address in the main group to also carry over to any subgroups of which that

subscriber is a part ?


locked Re: Status update request (1) Multiple profiles; (2) Anonymous groups

 

Hi Jennifer,

Apologies for the delay in the reply. I've been super heads down on getting the enterprise stuff done (i.e. being able to use your own domain for your group). I hope to have that limping along this week. Some version of multiple profiles will happen after that, in limited form. Then I'll look at anonymous groups. So, September still, hopefully, but not early.

Thanks,
Mark

On Fri, Aug 19, 2016 at 1:22 PM, Jennifer Christian <jhchristian@...> wrote:

Hi, all -

Has there been any substantial development progress made or a revised forecast for availability of these two items: 

(1) Multiple profiles, so users can vary the facts they reveal about them to groups focused on various topics

(2) Anonymous groups?

Again, my understanding of the anonymous groups are that:

  • At the time of group set-up, owner selects an option to keep all members identities' private when the group is set up --it is NOT at the member's option.
  • No direct reply member to member is possible -- ALL replies go to the group as a whole (or to the moderators/owners).  
  • There is substitution or masking of members' entire email address in the "sent" field, message header, etc. 
  • The moderators will be responsible for assuring there is no ID data in the message text itself.

Mark had originally predicted that this functionality would be ready for testing in early September.  Wondering whether it has gotten onto a back burner given all the other development work in the interim.  Our own projects in this arena are on a back burner, waiting.

Cordially,

Jennifer Christian



locked posterid searches

 

Mark,

I noticed this, from a site change log a few weeks ago:

  • CHANGE: For posterid searches, remove Relevance/Collapse Threads options"

I'm having trouble this morning with posterid searches and wonder if that change has anything to do with it. Search is now returning many posts not by the posterid, and I don't recall this ever happening before. It is also returning threads that (presumably) also contain posts by the posterid (but also, some single messages that simply are not by the posterid). 

Furthermore, if I do a search using posterid:J_catlady in my group, I get back a much larger number of results than when I do a search on "all posts by this member" (which uses the posterid # as opposed to handle). The latter ("all posts by this member") is the correct number, and only messages by me are returned.

I'm bringing this up here rather than as a bug report to support because I think there may be a problem with the intended implementation. I don't think a search on posterid should return threads at all - just messages. (Others may disagree.) But either way, something seems not right here.

Thanks.

--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author. 

I wish I could shut up, but I can't, and I won't. - Desmond Tutu


locked Re: Change presentation for Subgroups #suggestion

Nightowl >8#
 

Brian,

I think it's a good idea to define a specific group's subgroup. Not all of them are for posting though, so we'd have to be able to have a field or something to describe each individual one.

For example, my subgroups in both groups.io groups are simply the message archive from the equivalent group in Yahoo. So they are there solely for getting information, not for posting.

So if we can say, create our own description for the subgroup rather than have something like a drop-down box with selections, I think it would work out fine.

Brenda


locked Site updates #changelog

 

Most of this week was spent working on internal changes to support domains (aka the Enterprise version). Changes to live site this week:

  • BUGFIX: Edit link on mobile in pending message screen didn't work.
  • BUGFIX: Only process an invite if it's in the sent state (ie. not in accepted state).
  • BUGFIX: Digest messages were missing the standard compliment of list headers.
  • CHANGE: Changed the wording of the email that is sent on spam unsubscribe (FBL) to make it more clear.
  • BUGFIX: Fix rare commit/locking issue in join group flow.
  • BUGFIX: Display Members link in sidebar outside of the Admin dropdown for non owners/mods when appropriate.
  • NEW: In single message view, if you are not logged in or are not a member of the join, display a small blurb at the bottom of the page with a join link.
  • NEW: Check for some invalid file types when uploading a file of email addresses for invites/direct adds.

Have a good weekend, everybody!

Mark


locked Re: Yahoo delays

 

On Thu, Aug 25, 2016 at 11:37 PM, Shal Farley <shals2nd@...> wrote:
Mark,

> But I have just turned on FBL processing again for the yahoo.com,
> att.net and sbcglobal.net domains (in addition to the already resumed
> aol.com).

Don't forget Yahoo Mail's other domains: ymail.com and rocketmail.com.

Ah, thanks. Added.

(Been quiet on beta@ because I've been heads down trying to finish up enterprise stuff. Should be popping my head up again shortly.)


Mark 


locked Subjects view

Benoît Dumeaux <dread_axefr@...>
 

Possibility to have a view with only the subject and not the start of message, the contrary of "Expanded View".


locked Re: Transfer of Large List

 

On Thu, Aug 25, 2016 at 07:55 am, Sharon Villines wrote:

Is IO ready for transferring a new list. We have 3,000 members and a few
hundred messages a month.
It's OK if attachments are disabled (stripped). Otherwise you'll exhaust free storage limit 1 GB (I assume for attachments, files and photos combined) soon.
No limits of message archive.


locked Re: sort orders

 

Debra,

I like that messages are sorted Newest to Oldest by default. How can I
set Photo Albums, and Databases entries to the same--Newest to Oldest?
I had thought that the site would remember your choice as you navigate about - even logout and in - so that you would only have to set it once. But it doesn't seem to be that way.

Hopefully this can be taken as a suggestion.


Shal
https://groups.io/g/Group_Help
https://groups.io/g/GroupManagersForum


locked Re: Yahoo delays

 

Mark,

But I have just turned on FBL processing again for the yahoo.com,
att.net and sbcglobal.net domains (in addition to the already resumed
aol.com).
Don't forget Yahoo Mail's other domains: ymail.com and rocketmail.com.


Shal
https://groups.io/g/Group_Help
https://groups.io/g/GroupManagersForum


locked Re: Transfer of Large List

Bob Bellizzi
 

We transferred about 2800 valid members and over 150,000 messages perfectly using easy transfer.

Mark Fletcher Rocks!

Bob Bellizzi, Executive Director

The Corneal Dystrophy Foundation


locked Re: Yahoo delays

Rebecca's <sierraflowr@...>
 

Hi, i'm new to the groups.io
Dont know if this is even what you're talking about, but yahoogroups continues to not allow me to post from Google mail through my Mac IMail. It will if I do it on my IPod. Its strange. Anyway. just pointing it out thats all. 


Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared." ~Buddha

Rebecca's
 

On Aug 25, 2016, at 7:44 AM, Mark Fletcher wrote:

Hi All,

Around 3am pacific this morning, Yahoo Mail started deferring email from us. According to their website, the deferral should last around 4 hours, and indeed it does look like they're starting to accept email from us again. No messages should be lost, just delayed.

I have no insight into why they did this. But I have just turned on FBL processing again for the yahoo.com, att.net and sbcglobal.net domains (in addition to the already resumed aol.com).

Thanks,
Mark


locked Re: Transfer of Large List

 

Hi Sharon,

As a satisfied beta user who transferred my group from Yahoo in January, I can say that I think your transfer process will go flawlessly. And in the odd event that any flaw does happen to occur, you can be assured that Mark will take care of it immediately.

My group is much smaller than yours but still has 400-600 messages a month), and some very large groups here (larger than yours) have transferred without a hitch. Go for it.

Good luck!

--
J

Messages are the sole opinion of the author. 

I wish I could shut up, but I can't, and I won't. - Desmond Tutu


locked Transfer of Large List

Sharon Villines
 

Is IO ready for transferring a new list. We have 3,000 members and a few hundred messages a month. Sometimes close to a thousand when there is a hot topic. It’s neighborhood list — crime, nannies, medical referrals, house maintenance and rehab, politics, etc.

I don’t have a sense of how far along you are in development or how long you have been hosting groups.

And how flawless the transfer is. We have about 8 years of archived messages and very few files, if any. We don’t use the Yahoo features because members have never setup yahoo accounts so they could access them. And now Yahoo is requiring phone numbers so people won’t do that.

We are a plain text list and have no idea how much storage space we use. Yahoo used to give those figures but no longer do.

Sharon, Owner and Moderator
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TakomaDC@...

Where Everyone Trims Their Tails,
Smothers Flames, Ignores Trolls, and
Never Sends Private Messages to the List.


locked Re: Yahoo delays

Sharon Villines
 

I doubt if it is anything personal. They do this periodically for maintenance. I’ve never been notified; it just happens.

Sharon
TakomaDC

On Aug 25, 2016, at 10:44 AM, Mark Fletcher <markf@corp.groups.io> wrote:

Hi All,

Around 3am pacific this morning, Yahoo Mail started deferring email from us. According to their website, the deferral should last around 4 hours, and indeed it does look like they're starting to accept email from us again. No messages should be lost, just delayed.

I have no insight into why they did this. But I have just turned on FBL processing again for the yahoo.com, att.net and sbcglobal.net domains (in addition to the already resumed aol.com).

Thanks,
Mark


locked Yahoo delays

 

Hi All,

Around 3am pacific this morning, Yahoo Mail started deferring email from us. According to their website, the deferral should last around 4 hours, and indeed it does look like they're starting to accept email from us again. No messages should be lost, just delayed.

I have no insight into why they did this. But I have just turned on FBL processing again for the yahoo.com, att.net and sbcglobal.net domains (in addition to the already resumed aol.com).

Thanks,
Mark


locked sort orders

 

We are new to Groups.io. I like that messages are sorted Newest to Oldest by default.  How can I set Photo Albums, and Databases entries to the same--Newest to Oldest?


locked Re: "Like" a message from within email (without having to log in) #suggestion

 

J,

Shal, It doesn't sound very robust yet. I wouldn't recommend this to
my group members in its current state.
I don't know what its current state is, other than it worked for me. The concerns I recalled may have been fixed long ago.

Shal
https://groups.io/g/Group_Help
https://groups.io/g/GroupManagersForum


locked Re: "Like" a message from within email (without having to log in) #suggestion

 

On 22 Aug 2016 at 21:50, Shal Farley wrote:

But in my test group just now I succeeded by Clicking Reply then typing
the three keys +1[Enter] at the very top of the message body. I left
the quoted material that followed intact.
Thanks for clarifying Shal. I think Mark has made it as easy as possible to
Like via email.


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Jim
Poston@...

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