Threadloom Newsletter for XenForo 2.x

Threadloom Newsletter for XenForo 2.x 2019-03-26

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threadloom

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threadloom

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Good move on this. Doesn't seem to be pulling accurate stats on usergroup memberships when I select recipients or does it remove inactive users automatically from that total?
The recipients page is an estimate, which can be lower particularly after some users are snoozed and inactive from the Newsletter.
 

Sunka

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ichpen

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Schedule does not seem to retain correct settings. I set scoring to start in an hour, it saved and noticed now it moved it to tomorrow on its own.

With that in mind it's showing some weird multiple issues on the view all issues page, it has duplicated issue 1 and set it to next week.
 

threadloom

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Schedule does not seem to retain correct settings. I set scoring to start in an hour, it saved and noticed now it moved it to tomorrow on its own.

With that in mind it's showing some weird multiple issues on the view all issues page, it has duplicated issue 1 and set it to next week.
I'm about to reply to your ticket - however the Newsletter can not be set to run an hour after setup. Usually it takes 24 hours for the Newsletter pipeline to trigger and start running. We do have multiple issues based on the schedules as placeholders. I will look into this a bit further. Your current schedule looks correct, and ready to go.
 

ichpen

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I'm about to reply to your ticket - however the Newsletter can not be set to run an hour after setup. Usually it takes 24 hours for the Newsletter pipeline to trigger and start running. We do have multiple issues based on the schedules as placeholders. I will look into this a bit further. Your current schedule looks correct, and ready to go.
Thanks a lot. For some reason my schedule is showing Apr 4, I wanted to do a test run this week or asap if that's at all possible. I only have a limited target audience for it.
 

ichpen

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I'm about to reply to your ticket - however the Newsletter can not be set to run an hour after setup. Usually it takes 24 hours for the Newsletter pipeline to trigger and start running. We do have multiple issues based on the schedules as placeholders. I will look into this a bit further. Your current schedule looks correct, and ready to go.
It sort of started working now. There's still issues though. Clicking View Next Issue skips this week and goes to next week's issue which is obviously empty whereas view All issues lists it.

Also would be good to get finer control over newsletter layouts (not just colours) so for example optionally attach images from posts, change excerpt lengths, use different icons etc etc.

Thanks though, I will try it out and see what's what.
 

threadloom

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It sort of started working now. There's still issues though. Clicking View Next Issue skips this week and goes to next week's issue which is obviously empty whereas view All issues lists it.

Also would be good to get finer control over newsletter layouts (not just colours) so for example optionally attach images from posts, change excerpt lengths, use different icons etc etc.

Thanks though, I will try it out and see what's what.
You can edit the posts directly and include an <img> tag with images. We are also looking into bringing images into the newsletters automatically via attachments - it poses a number of issues particularly if threads tend to get off subject. Would be happy to help with that if you have more questions in the mean time.
 

ichpen

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You can edit the posts directly and include an <img> tag with images. We are also looking into bringing images into the newsletters automatically via attachments - it poses a number of issues particularly if threads tend to get off subject. Would be happy to help with that if you have more questions in the mean time.
I see that now thanks. As to issues that's what scoring is for, if you can pull post images automatically that'll be a huge time saving then curators can click them off if inappropriate.
 

Dubbed Navigator

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We are also looking into bringing images into the newsletters automatically via attachments - it poses a number of issues particularly if threads tend to get off subject. Would be happy to help with that if you have more questions in the mean time.
This would be a fantastic option. Maybe, if its possible, make it so only the first picture is taken.
 
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