Poker Chip Style Voting Implemented
This is what we have in mind:
-Add vote breakdown so the community can see if an idea is popular... more »
Currently, if a person is added to a community by mistake, there is no way to remove the person from the community.
Once a person is added to a community, they must exist under one of these three statuses: "Pending Approval", "Approved Member", or "Banned".
There is no way to remove a person if they aren't supposed to be on the list at all.
There's no way for my team to translation moderate custom question answers. There's the option to translate the question itself but we've run into bad dynamic translation in the answer section and no way to edit it.
The new idea/ new comment email notification does not specify what campaign it was submitted to. I think this would be a good idea to give the notifications more context when you're reading them.
Have a setting that allows Moderator accounts, to not appear as the Top Innovators in the Community Infographic (and other reports), similar to the Keep off Leaderboard setting.
Wouldn't it be great if we could tag or label an idea with a cetain word or topic and the idea would be routed to the person responsible for that topic...And then that person would have moderation permissions for that idea.
some simple functionality that auto generates a url once a week with "5 interesting ideas" that they can share wherever would be most impactful within their organization. E.g. we could share it to slack
RedwoodCU.ideascale.com would like to control more specifically how points are awarded. The people in their community are really competitive and want to rack up a lot of points. Need to be able to close the loopholes so that users don't cheat the system by voting or commenting willy nilly. They want the votes to reflect the true values of the people and not be confounded by the gamafication.
I like that there have been some new changes to the dashboards, but now it's very hard to find ideas that have been flagged and that go into the "pending" stage. Before, it was very easy to tell which ideas had been flagged and why, whereas now the chat-looking dashboard shows all ideas that have had any changes and can't be filtered (which can be a challenge when you have 1000+ ideas in the community).