Lack of interest Allow sub navigation multiple entries / grouping, and to be expandable by devs

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
Was the suggestion this specifically or just the concept of it?

Because you can do that in general.
 

Mouth

Well-known member
Both :) The concept, and that it should probably be used in core for Watched Threads and Watched Forums.
I see at XF2 demo that it was done with Pages, thus I assume by 'in general' you mean that we can easily achieve same with standard core sub-navigation through XF2 ACP menu navigation control?
 

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
Yes, you can move/add additional links as you wish.

I'm not sure I entirely agree with the specific suggestion as those are links under the forums tab, so including other types of content there (rather than in their specific tab) is somewhat inconsistent.
 

Mouth

Well-known member
I'm not sure I entirely agree with the specific suggestion as those are links under the forums tab, so including other types of content there (rather than in their specific tab) is somewhat inconsistent.
What other content? Watched Forums | Threads | Tag are all related to the Forums and very consistent with the forum.
 

Mike

XenForo developer
Staff member
It's only forum and threads by default; tags isn't one. However, in that example, tags are content agnostic, though that's not a great point because it means they don't really have a tab.

But based on your screenshot, you added watched categories. I assume this is a separate content system. As such, I was assuming that you were suggesting we pull things like watched media, albums, etc into a single menu.
 

Mouth

Well-known member
But based on your screenshot, you added watched categories. I assume this is a separate content system. As such, I was assuming that you were suggesting we pull things like watched media, albums, etc into a single menu.
No, purely a 'lorem ipsum' type of value that was added to try and demonstrate that context appropriate sub-menu items should be grouped together rather than existing as seperate items at the already busy sub-navigation level.
 
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