General EduGeek News/Announcements Thread, New forum features: "Your Notifications" menu and vbulletin 3.7 beta 5 in EduGeek Stuff; I have just updated us to vbulletin 3.7 beta 5. With beta 5 we get the new Conversation feature; a ...
16th February 2008, 02:55 AM #1
New forum features: "Your Notifications" menu and vbulletin 3.7 beta 5
I have just updated us to vbulletin 3.7 beta 5. With beta 5 we get the new Conversation feature; a means by which visitor messages posted between two users on each others' profile pages can be viewed in a unified form. Look for the 'View Conversation' link on visitor messages to use the feature.
Also I have enabled the "Your Notifications" menu which should make tracking of social groups and other parts of vBulletin like PM's. You can find it in the top right corner after you login (only when you have a new PM for example) and it provides a quick way to see what pending requests you have.
That area in the top right will also highlight itself when you have a new notification until you clear it although this part may be tweaked later.
16th February 2008, 07:50 AM #2
What's Visitors messages I thought - and when I went to check - and I'd received one on 31st Jan!
What are these - what is the difference between them and PMs?
Are they publicly viewable?
16th February 2008, 01:14 PM #3
Yeh they are. Think of it like bebo/myspace etc style "wall" message board.
You can delete any comments on your profile if you want.
19th February 2008, 01:06 PM #4
I managed to break this feature. It's constantly telling me I have an unread profile visitor message. I don't. I did have one, but I deleted it.
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