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Lack of Interest Selective Multiquote - allow user's immediate reply, but continue multiquoting.

Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by Digital Doctor, Aug 2, 2014.

  1. Digital Doctor

    Digital Doctor Well-Known Member


    First off ... Selective Multiquote is genius. Absolutely love it.

    The idea here is to allow the user to reply to the selective multiquote right away vs. waiting til the end ... BUT ... continue in multiquote mode.

    Currently, when you selectively multiquote, you have two options:
    • [+Quote] ... you quote that text, but continue reading.
    • [Reply] .. you quote that text, and can reply (but can't keep reading)(ie. you are taken to the reply box.

    IDEA #1: Add a third option:
    [+Respond] (Not sure about then name)The + signifies multiquoting mode continues.

    In this third option a small Text box comes up, (with the selective multiquote at the top) ... you can type your quick and/or preliminary response. Then close the Text box and keep reading.

    IDEA #2:
    [Reply] always functions as [+Respond] (ie. when you reply a small text box always pops up). And when you are in that text box ... you have 3 options (Post Reply, continue multiquoting, More Options). More options would just take you to an editor that has more options in the Toolbar).

    (1) It's really nice to get your reply done right away. Feels good.
    (2) If you end up multi-quoting 4 posts, over 11 pages, it's easy to forget all the things you wanted to say initially ! (might be just me ;)).
    (3) It allows you to get some initial thoughts out, but you can beef them up later.
    Floyd R Turbo likes this.
  2. Digital Doctor

    Digital Doctor Well-Known Member

    Look what I found !

    upload_2014-8-6_10-9-9.png would be replaced with upload_2014-8-6_10-8-45.png !

    You can demo the Interact here on the Forum Home .... see the New Profile Posts section.
  3. Floyd R Turbo

    Floyd R Turbo Well-Known Member

    Interesting idea...

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