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moderated Re: Display member time zone #suggestion #done

Duane
 

On Fri, Apr 17, 2020 at 10:11 AM, Chris Jones wrote:
I have looked at the two Members Lists to which I have access and cannot see it.
For clarification, it's on the Member Record page not the actual List page.

Duane


moderated Re: Display member time zone #suggestion #done

Chris Jones
 

On Fri, Apr 17, 2020 at 03:53 PM, Duane wrote:
On the Member List, the Joined date/time was moved to the upper right, directly across from their email address.  The TZ is to the right of that.
Is it really? I have looked at the two Members Lists to which I have access and cannot see it. My initial feeling was that this might be another manifestation of a 4:3 display, (see this thread) but shrinking the display size still leaves the "Applied" column firmly glued to the right hand side of the display.

And just in case anyone asks... there is no horizontal scroll bar showing.

Chris


moderated Re: Display member time zone #suggestion #done

Duane
 

On Fri, Apr 17, 2020 at 08:42 AM, John Pearce wrote:
Only joiined.  Is this something that only groups.io owners and moderators can see?
On the Member List, the Joined date/time was moved to the upper right, directly across from their email address.  The TZ is to the right of that.  I believe only owner/mods can see that, but I don't have any groups set to allow members to see the list to verify.  A member can easily see which TZ they've selected by looking at their Account Preferences.

Duane


moderated Re: Display member time zone #suggestion #done

John Pearce
 

This would be useful, I don't see it looking at a member on our member list.  Only joiined.  Is this something that only groups.io owners and moderators can see?


moderated Re: List item style (lower alpha, lower roman, etc.) wrong when viewed in Guidelines #bug #fixed

 

On Sun, Apr 12, 2020 at 6:18 PM Jim Avera <jim.avera@...> wrote:
If a "Guidelines" notice contains a list with "lower alpha" style elements (a, b, etc. instead of 1,2,...), it appears correctly in the preview, but when saved and viewed at https://beta.groups.io/g/.../guidelines the list has numbers instead of letters. 

This should be fixed now. We're now allowing 'list-style-type' styling in user generated content.

Thanks,
Mark 


moderated Re: Display member time zone #suggestion #done

 

On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 7:55 AM Duane <txpigeon@...> wrote:
While I was checking this morning to see if digests were being delivered (based on a question I was looking into), I noticed that some members didn't get one.  Then it dawned on me that they aren't in the same time zone as me (used as the group default) so will get theirs later/earlier.  In cases like this, it would be really handy if there were a notation in their member record of which TZ they have selected.  I wouldn't want to be able to change it, just see it.  Maybe next to or just below the Joined date.  Due to some areas not having an official abbreviation, showing them in UTC might be best.

I've tweaked the display on that page a bit and added the user timezone as well.

Thanks,
Mark 


moderated Re: browser tab info for About page #fixed #bug

Peter Cook
 

I don't know if this is related but yesterday (Wednesday) I was taken to the terms of service page after replying to a post on the website. 


moderated Re: Emergency maintenance tonight at 8pm Pacific time #downtime

 

... and we are now back. Thank you for your patience.

Mark


moderated Emergency maintenance tonight at 8pm Pacific time #downtime

 

Hi All,

I'm once again seeing the main database report corruption issues and I think at this point it's prudent to switch over to one of our backup databases. I have no reason to believe any data's been lost, this is just an index issue. The site will be down starting at 8pm Pacific Time (3am UTC time). I'd say plan for an hour outage, although I don't think it'll take nearly that long. Email sent to groups during this time will be queued up and delivered once the site is back up.

Thanks, Mark


moderated Make mute/unmute and follow/unfollow tools consistent #suggestion

Peter Cook
 

I am encouraging my members to use hashtags, mute, and follow to better manage their email traffic. There's quite a bit of confusion because the tools to do this are somewhat scattered. I’d like to suggest greater consistency in the way they are accessed and used. Here’s a set of suggestions:

On the Hashtags page (<mygroup>.groups.io/g/main/hashtags): 
Add a “follow/unfollow” button next to the “mute/unmute” button.

On the Topics page (<mygroup>.groups.io/g/main/topics): 
Add “follow/unfollow” and “mute/unmute” options for both hashtags and topics, perhaps in the “More” dropdown under a message.

In messages received by email: 
Have consistent “follow/unfollow” and “mute/unmute” links for both hashtags and topics in the digest, summary, and individual email modes.

Pete


moderated Re: browser tab info for About page #fixed #bug

 

Hi,

These are fixed now.

Cheers,
Mark


moderated aMember integration #suggestion

Barry_M
 

Suggesting GIO consider integration support for aMember software, membership software used with WordPress and other commerce and membership platforms. 

https://www.amember.com

Thank you!
Barry

[Mod note: Changed subject line to be more descriptive]


moderated Re: browser tab info for About page #fixed #bug

Bruce Bowman
 

On Mon, Apr 13, 2020 at 07:56 PM, Duane wrote:
While looking for something else, I just noticed that when I go to the site About page, my browser says "Terms Of Service" in that tab.
The same thing occurs with the Cookie Policy page.

FYI,
Bruce


moderated browser tab info for About page #fixed #bug

Duane
 

While looking for something else, I just noticed that when I go to the site About page, my browser says "Terms Of Service" in that tab.

Thanks,
Duane


moderated List item style (lower alpha, lower roman, etc.) wrong when viewed in Guidelines #bug #fixed

Jim Avera
 

If a "Guidelines" notice contains a list with "lower alpha" style elements (a, b, etc. instead of 1,2,...), it appears correctly in the preview, but when saved and viewed at https://beta.groups.io/g/.../guidelines the list has numbers instead of letters. 

STEPS TO REPRODUCE:

Admin->Settings : Member Notices
Create or edit the "Group Guidelines" notice
Type this:

Before

Red
Green
Blue

After

Then select the 3 lines in the middle, and make them a numbered list using "lower alpha" labels (in the drop-down menu for creating Numbers Lists).  The three lines should be labeled a,b, and c.

Save

Now visit the group's "Guidelines" page...
The list appears as 1,2,3 instead of a,b,c

FWIW I tried Firefox and Chrome browsers; both show the list as 1,2,3 in Guidelines


moderated Create and modify hashtags across subgroups #suggestion

Andy Wedge
 

Hi Mark,

as a group owner I would like the ability to be able to Create, Update and Delete hashtags in my group and all of its subgroups.

To ensure consistency across all the subgroups our members may be in (I have around 20) it takes a long time to open each subgroup and define or update hashtag properties. Having the ability to apply hashtag changes across all (or selected) subgroups would be a real time-saver.

Thanks,
Andy


moderated Re: Zoom integration now active #update

Andy Wedge
 

On Sat, Apr 11, 2020 at 09:17 PM, Mark Fletcher wrote:
can you send me an example of the dial-in details that you'd like included?
Hi Mark,

I've mailed details to support@groups.io.

Regards,
Andy


moderated Re: Zoom integration now active #update

 

Andy,

We should be picking up all the defaults now. Off-list, can you send me an example of the dial-in details that you'd like included?

Thanks,
Mark


moderated Re: Zoom integration now active #update

Andy Wedge
 

On Sat, Apr 11, 2020 at 06:01 PM, Dave Sergeant wrote:
We would be looking to add Zoom to our
regular monthly meetings while the lockdown is on. So we would have to
delete that event and create a new one.
Just copy/paste the details of a Zoom meeting into the repeating event and then save with the 'all events' option..  I've done that with a repeating event on my calendar. Set the Location field to be the meeting link and past any other text in the event details area. Job done.  No need to delete and re-create the event.

Andy


moderated Re: Zoom integration now active #update

Joseph Hudson
 

, An easier way to do this would be when the calendar event goes out, have the zoom host reply with the link to the zoom meeting. Then anybody can click and join the meeting that needs to.

On Apr 11, 2020, at 12:01 PM, Dave Sergeant <dave@...> wrote:

A quick look...

It seems you cannot add Zoom to an existing event, the Zoom button is
missing if you 'edit event'. We would be looking to add Zoom to our
regular monthly meetings while the lockdown is on. So we would have to
delete that event and create a new one.

I take it only the host of the meeting can create the Zoom alert. We
would have to give our host calendar permissions for this, at the
moment we have it set so that only mods can create calendar events.

Dave

http://davesergeant.com