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Ajax based new post notification

Discussion in 'Add-on Requests [Archive]' started by duderuud, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. duderuud

    duderuud Active Member

    A forum I visit frequently (http://gathering.tweakers.net) uses an Ajax based "new post notification" system.

    When you are reading a topic ans someone posts a new reply during that time, a notification appears at the bottom of that thread. When you click the notification, the new posts appear.

    More info (Dutch!): http://gathering.tweakers.net/forum/list_messages/1451044

    I like the feature very much because it will result in a lot less traffic on the populair threads and it is more user-friendly because it's not necessary to reload the whole page.
     
    The Sandman likes this.
  2. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    XF will display a notice once you've posted - to tell you that there are other replies - and give you a link to view them. (y)
     
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  3. Digital Doctor

    Digital Doctor Well-Known Member

  4. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    I've moved the thread from resource requests to add-on requests, assuming that's what you wanted.
     
  5. duderuud

    duderuud Active Member

    The alert system is a nice feature, more for forum-wide alerts. A thread-specific alert would be even cooler.

    I've made a video to show you what I mean:

     
    Karelke likes this.
  6. Cezz

    Cezz Well-Known Member

    vBSEO.com used to have this feature also, if you were focused on the reply box and there was a new post it would let you know and you could read the new posts before posting your reply.... it saved a lot of ninja moments :p
     
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