# 14 Sep, 2016 20:13
|Got lucky and got to check right after two o'clock! Has generic name for now since I'm typing on a dying phone but might spice it up later today.|
# 14 Sep, 2016 20:34
|Well done Salvatore. I'll check it out tonight.|
# 02 Oct, 2016 21:00
Since the groups feature has been implemented I have noticed that much of the forum activity is now group related. The problem that I have with this is that if I have something to add to a discussion I need to join the group. I do not intend to join every group when I feel I can add input so I just move on. Anyone else feel the same way?|
# 02 Oct, 2016 21:05
|Yeah I feel the same… I think an easy solution would be making the forums in public groups open to posts from everyone. Thoughts?|
# 02 Oct, 2016 21:44
Salvatore IoveneThat would work Salvatore. I noticed in a post from you the other day that you had to join the group iot reply. Pretty bad when the site owner has to join.
# 03 Oct, 2016 00:13
My question is: Do we really need groups to talk to each other?|
There are so many now and I think it will get more complicated for everyone to follow all this input.
# 04 Oct, 2016 19:22
ScottSalvatore IoveneThat would work Salvatore. I noticed in a post from you the other day that you had to join the group iot reply. Pretty bad when the site owner has to join.
Alright, I just changed it so that everybody can post in a non-moderated public group even if they're not members.
# 04 Oct, 2016 19:24
Groups seem to have sparkled more conversation, so I think it's a positive thing. If the amount of data gets too much, I can always find ways to reduce it (i.e. only seeing posts from joined groups by default, with an optional button to see them all)
# 04 Oct, 2016 22:10
One thing I didn't realize enough is if someone is looking for a specific problem or information it is easier to check|
the questions and statements of an appropriate group instead of reading all not sorted entries.
That is of course a benefit of specialized groups.
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