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[bd] Forum Watch for XenForo 1.2+ 2.1.1b

More watching awesomeness.

  1. xfrocks

    xfrocks Well-Known Member

    xfrocks submitted a new resource:

    [bd] Forum Watch (version 1.1) - Watching a whole forum, why not?

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  2. xfrocks

    xfrocks Well-Known Member

  3. nicquehen

    nicquehen Member

    The email alert i receive have not a good url please find a screenshot
    email.jpg
    email1.jpg

    How i can solve this problem?

    edit : problem solve i forget the link to the forum in the "option"

    Sorry :)
     
  4. Will

    Will Active Member

    While on the watched forums page, I noticed that when you have categories and you view the sub-forums from the popup menu, the styling is all messed up.
     
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  5. BigSoccer Tech

    BigSoccer Tech Active Member

    Our users would like a no notifications option. Ie they don't want alert or emails, but they do want to have a list of just forums they are watching. How hard to add that?
     
  6. BigSoccer Tech

    BigSoccer Tech Active Member

  7. The Dark Wizard

    The Dark Wizard Well-Known Member

    Same.
     
  8. Stimo

    Stimo Active Member

    Is it possible just to receive alerts and not emails?
     
  9. HenrikHansen

    HenrikHansen Well-Known Member

    On the watched forums list, you cannot add new forums you want to list, you can only manage the forums you have individually selected at the individual forum pages.
     
  10. xfrocks

    xfrocks Well-Known Member

    That would be simple but it's not the point of this add-on so...
     
  11. ibenick

    ibenick Active Member

    Is there a way to set it so that all users are set by default to watch a specific forum? I don't want to rely on them to go click 'watch forum', I want to be able to set that automatically or at least be able to set it for each user as they sign up.
     
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  12. xfrocks

    xfrocks Well-Known Member

    Sorry, you can't do that because watching a forum requires some record in the db so it's not possible to force watch forum. However, it's possible to modify the add-on so when a new user register, he/she will automatically watch a specific forum.
     
  13. ibenick

    ibenick Active Member

    How complicated would that modification be to make?
     
  14. xfrocks

    xfrocks Well-Known Member

    Not very complicated. I have added to this add-on todo list.
     
  15. ibenick

    ibenick Active Member

    Awesome! Thank you! Very much looking forward to that feature being added!
     
  16. Brian Boehm

    Brian Boehm Member

    For some reason I do not always receive email alerts when someone is posting into a watched forum. For instance I may have 3 emails I receive but when I check the forums, there are actually 5 new posts. Is there anything I can do to make sure I receive an email every time something is posted into a watched forum?
     
  17. Digital Doctor

    Digital Doctor Well-Known Member

    You would get flooded out.
    Watch does not work like that.
    You get an alert (email or Alerts) *ONCE* when a new post comes. You shouldn't get any after that. It should be only once.
    However, if you go to that thread or click on the alert (which takes you to that thread) you can get another alert.

    Be careful, if you get an alert for a thread, but ignore the alert (ie dont go to the thread), you stop getting any alerts !
     
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  18. xfrocks

    xfrocks Well-Known Member

    Are you talking about posts or threads? If it's posts, not all posts will trigger email. It should only send out mails for every threads. Posts will trigger emails if it's posted after you read the thread.
     
  19. Brian Boehm

    Brian Boehm Member

    If I choose to watch a forum, I would like it to send me an email every time someone posts a new thread or replies to an existing one. Is this possible?
     
  20. xfrocks

    xfrocks Well-Known Member

    Basically yes.
     

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