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commented on Featured Content Sliders need a schedule...
Would be a really good addition. I frequently have to use an external calendar to schedule myself tasks of posting and unlisting time-sensitive featured content sliders.
posted 2018-02-16 11:39:49 -0800
commented on Release Feedback
While some things about the new WYSIWYG editor are good, I really miss the old “paste text without format.” In the new editor, if I paste something where the source was something tagged

etc in an html page, and I paste it into a



in my content, then it breaks the line, adds it as

. Or vice versa, etc. Pressing clear formatting doesn’t help, of course, because it doesn’t undo the added paragraph break and it doesn’t turn an

into a



. (Nor should the clear formatting button do so, as that’s not what it’s for.) NB support has told me to paste first into Notepad and then into the editor. Okay, I know. I’m not saying the thing is impossible to do now. But the task, a really common task, is an extra step now, which we didn’t used to need to take. It would be far better if the editor itself could allow me, with a click, to do that same process [strip text of all html], without switching to another program. Thanks.
posted 2018-01-31 08:54:49 -0800
commented on create clone of page
To answer Jason Meer’s questions in the official update above: cloning a page should clone everything he mentions, with the possible exception of subpages. I think ideally there would be a check-box option for cloning subpages in the clone function, to let the user choose at the time of cloning.

But to be clear about my needs, I don’t care equally about this idea for all page types. Two things that would be incredibly help to me (and, I imagine, at least some others) would be Clone functions for Blog Posts and Events. Even if this wasn’t something global for all page types, cloning the files and content of blog posts (for posts with complex layouts) and cloning files, intro, autoresponses, and other event settings for events, would be ENORMOUSLY helpful.
posted 2018-01-31 07:53:22 -0800
commented on Better WYSIWYG editor and media upload/management
Restoring the ability to paste by right-clicking seems to have removed the ability to edit links and insert images by right-clicking in-line. So, a gain that comes with a loss…
posted 2018-01-22 11:41:10 -0800
commented on Implement regular syncing of filter-applied tags and document the timeframes
It would be reeeeeeeally good to at least have a “sync now” button on the filter’s edit screen (next to where one designates the desired tag).
posted 2017-11-29 08:23:19 -0800
commented on "Add to calendar" feature in events
I see now: this used to be accessible without buying an account on addevent.com but now it is required to buy one. It would be great for someone to build a new one that didn’t require a separate paid subscription. (But this is not urgent to us.)
posted 2017-11-27 14:01:10 -0800
commented on Add RSVP's directly usings filters and lists
This would save our team a lot of time, especially if we could import a CSV list and then mark the whole import as having Attended an event. RSVPs themselves can come in automatically from the user RSVP-ing but currently since we really want to capture who actually attended each event, our team has to go through manually marking the individual RSVP’s as having attended, one by one.
posted 2017-10-25 06:35:57 -0700
published Email timing dashboard in Issues and suggestions
posted 2017-10-25 06:31:07 -0700
commented on Restrict pages to users with a certain tag / permission set / membership type
This would be extremely helpful to our organization.
posted 2017-09-08 08:22:03 -0700
commented on PDF embedding services a mess with NB
Docs.com will be discontinued at the end of the year. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Important-information-about-Docs-com-end-of-service-3b0d4877-1643-457c-9756-8caf28b94da4 In light of that, any chance of looking at Scribd again?

One other thing: looking at embed.ly URL schemes http://embed.ly/provider/scribd It looks like it wants you to say /documents/* — documents, plural. But as of this writing, Scribd URLs look to use / document/* , singular. I wonder if that has something to do with the problem? If so, it’s something for embed.ly to work on, and I will alert them to this as well.
posted 2017-08-22 08:54:33 -0700
commented on 'Version Control' / 'Revision History' for people
This would be a really, really good idea.
posted 2017-05-19 12:17:44 -0700