Last month we had some of our biggest releases from online courses, custom push notifications, highlighting posts and many more.
This month, we are bringing some new updates focused on making improvements to existing features and fixing several crucial bugs.
Check out the poll result by clicking on the “view results” in the post. Users who conducts the poll can check out the results with the details like which user voted for which option.
As an admin, you can set which section to open for notification or which section to mute.
Section default preference
When either email and push notification or both are enabled, you can also pick a default setting that users auto-subscribe to when joining the group or section. All, only admin or none.
While creating the post, add a Custom button and link to any URL you want.
How to Insert a button in the post
1. Create new post
2. Click on rectangle with “Btn” written on it in the bottom bar next to GIF
3. Add the button title like Join, Read more etc
4. Select the button position, after or before description
5. Enter the URL (please add https:// in the link)
6. Create post
We have released beta version of user authentication using Web3auth. Community building for the Web-3 product can use this method. Or if you want your users to register with their wallet, you can also use this. This is not available directly on the live version. You can reach out to us to enable this on email@example.com
Gif image size in comment & reply - We have reduced the gif size in the comment and reply to 250px, earlier it was too huge in proportion to the rest of the content
Video player's size has been increased to 16:9
Reordering groups and sections: The logic for reordering groups and sections has been changed to re-indexing rather than swapping places, so dragging any lower group to the top no longer swaps places; instead, it moves the rest of the group down and places the dragged group at the top.
A Community manager's guide to crafting a precise and effective welcome email
Yes, the CFO may have a more stressful March/April and the CEO may feel the heat raising the next round, but day to day, no one tops the feels of a community manager. Community Managers bring their soul to work everyday.