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moderated Re: I CANNOT ACCESS GROUPS.IO

Ellen Moody
 

Yes I am having trouble too. The site is "going in and out" of reach.

Ellen Moody

On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 9:47 AM Susie via Groups.Io <SuzyQuda0310=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:



moderated DNS issue, now fixed #downtime

 

Hi All,

It looks like a couple hours ago both our DNS servers just stopped working, for reasons I don't know yet. This caused problems accessing the site. The machines have been rebooted and access to the site should be back to normal. I'll be investigating why this happened (it's never happened before...) and figuring out some additional monitoring to check for this in the future.

Thanks,
Mark


moderated Re: I CANNOT ACCESS GROUPS.IO

Mo
 

Same. 


On Mon, 13 Jan 2020 at 14:47, Susie via Groups.Io
<SuzyQuda0310@...> wrote:



moderated Re: I CANNOT ACCESS GROUPS.IO

Laurence Marks <marks@...>
 

Yes, DNS is bad this morning. DNS issues can take a few hours to fix as changes at the source can take a while to propagate to your locale.

Larry

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moderated I CANNOT ACCESS GROUPS.IO

Susie <SuzyQuda0310@...>
 




moderated Subalbums in Photos

 

It would be nice to have the option to create subalbums in the photo section.
Victoria


moderated Re: Infinite Scroll on Databases

Duane
 

On Sun, Jan 12, 2020 at 07:05 PM, Nancy Funk wrote:
I can set it for 20, 50, or 100 but not Infinite Scroll.
Correct.  If you look back at the beginning of this topic, that was covered, https://beta.groups.io/g/main/message/23473

Duane


moderated Re: Infinite Scroll on Databases

Nancy Funk
 

I can set it for 20, 50, or 100 but not Infinite Scroll. And, yes, I hit the Update Button.


moderated Re: Testing new feature request/tracking system

Gillian Kerr
 

Still not working. I've communicated with 2 people at Canny who say it's a configuration problem at groups.io.
I give up on Canny. Sounds like it just creates more hassle for you and groups.io members.


moderated Re: Email Privacy

Larry Finch
 

In groups that I host we recommend that users create “throwaway” gmail or yahoo addresses that don’t identify them and are used only for posting to the group. 

On Sun, Jan 12, 2020 at 11:31 AM Nis Jørgensen <nis@...> wrote:
On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 08:59 PM, Patti Woodbury wrote:

> I’ve just spent several days working with others to set up a health-oriented
> education/discussion/support group only to realize that the email feeds
> don’t scrub individuals’ email addresses. Otherwise the functionality is
> exactly what we need.

I am interested in pretty much the same thing as Patti, for pretty much the same reason. The group I am in even has the word "anonymous" in its name ...



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moderated Re: Font size in posts

Chris Jones
 

On Sun, Jan 12, 2020 at 04:30 PM, J_Catlady wrote:
Isn't this a GMF topic?
Almost certainly!

Chris


moderated Re: Email Privacy

Nis Jørgensen
 

On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 08:59 PM, Patti Woodbury wrote:

I’ve just spent several days working with others to set up a health-oriented
education/discussion/support group only to realize that the email feeds
don’t scrub individuals’ email addresses. Otherwise the functionality is
exactly what we need.
I am interested in pretty much the same thing as Patti, for pretty much the same reason. The group I am in even has the word "anonymous" in its name ...


moderated Re: calendar features

Nis Jørgensen
 

On Sun, May 27, 2018 at 10:39 PM, Charles Reid wrote:

Also add a Groups.io calendar API to the list.
Looking at the various standards and "standards" in this area, it seems that what we should be wishing for is an implementation of CalDAV (WebDAV for calendars). This would allow our calendar to be manipulated by any sufficiently advanced calendar program. The biggest issue (without actually looking into this) is probably access control.

Nis
Investigating Groups.io for several unrelated communities and projects


moderated Re: Font size in posts

 

Isn't this a GMF topic?
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J

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moderated Re: Moving Topics To Subgroups

Mo
 

I'd like the ability to be a "Move" or a "Copy".

We are actively involved in research so having same information in different places would be handy. With a copy, we can still keep the original in its archived form. 

I am currently using links and quotes as a workaround for this.

Mo


moderated Re: Premium groups now have more storage, basic group subgroups change

Thomas Gruber
 

Hi,
I searched a bit, in the „pricing“ info and also in the Wiki, but couldn’t find any clear statement saying that storage subgroups and their files, photos, and attachments use count into the overall storage. But I think it‘s pretty clear as the different levels have storage limits, and that is for a main group including all subgroups. There is no pricing for subgroups.
Maybe a sentence in the pricing info saying „including subgroups“ would clarify things.
Thomas


Am 12.01.2020 um 13:07 schrieb Beth Weld <bethweld77@...>:

Yeah, what she said....... much more eloquently than I could.

We usually have  25-40 subgroups at a time because we run various workshops during the year. We set up a subgroup for a workshop, and students participate for 2-6 months (depending on the workshop) and then we delete the subgroup.  Some workshops have a lot of participation with photos and files, and others don't.  

If the subgroups count towards the main group total, it would be very helpful to be able to see an accumulated total in the main group instead of trying to manually calculate it. If each subgroup has its own limit then I won't worry about it anymore.
Thanks
Beth


moderated Re: Font size in posts

Chris Jones
 

On Sun, Jan 12, 2020 at 12:16 PM, David Tuma wrote:
I post to my group in Helvetica 16.
By email or from the Groups.io web UI?

Chris


moderated Font size in posts

David Tuma
 

I post to my group in Helvetica 16.  It was posting in the messages that way up until about 2 days ago when the posted font changed in the outgoing posts to something much smaller.  How do I get the font size back to what I want my subscribers to see.  Most are older and want the larger font size.
David


moderated Re: Premium groups now have more storage, basic group

Mo
 

To add a little more. I use subgroups too and have a few ideas for more in the future. 

Maybe just have the storage of all subgroups accessible on the same page as the main group. Rather than having to visit each individually. It does appear to be colour coded on the bar showing how much has been used, but can't see any pop-ups via mobile Web on what that slice of storage actually is or for what. 

Regards
Mo


On Sun, 12 Jan 2020 at 12:07, Beth Weld
<bethweld77@...> wrote:
Yeah, what she said....... much more eloquently than I could.

We usually have  25-40 subgroups at a time because we run various workshops during the year. We set up a subgroup for a workshop, and students participate for 2-6 months (depending on the workshop) and then we delete the subgroup.  Some workshops have a lot of participation with photos and files, and others don't.  

If the subgroups count towards the main group total, it would be very helpful to be able to see an accumulated total in the main group instead of trying to manually calculate it. If each subgroup has its own limit then I won't worry about it anymore.
Thanks
Beth


moderated Re: Premium groups now have more storage, basic group subgroups change

Beth Weld
 

Yeah, what she said....... much more eloquently than I could.

We usually have  25-40 subgroups at a time because we run various workshops during the year. We set up a subgroup for a workshop, and students participate for 2-6 months (depending on the workshop) and then we delete the subgroup.  Some workshops have a lot of participation with photos and files, and others don't.  

If the subgroups count towards the main group total, it would be very helpful to be able to see an accumulated total in the main group instead of trying to manually calculate it. If each subgroup has its own limit then I won't worry about it anymore.
Thanks
Beth