So notices only work for people who visit the site ?
To (hugely) improve the interaction with your site visitors and members:Why should I use Notices ?
No.Is an alert a type of notice ?
I don't understand your question. Obviously you need to check the site to see any notices?So notices only work for people who visit the site ?
Is this a NavBar notice ?Administrators can now set up custom notifications that will appear underneath the navbar when visiting users fulfil specified criteria.
For example, one may want to set up a notice to display when a user is a member of a particular usergroup, or to show a congratulatory message when a user has posted their 1,000th post etc.
Edit 16/02/2011: It is also important to me and my staff that Notices can be constructed using thewysiwyg-editor. It is a complete pain to construct Notices in for example vBulletin if you want to use some markup: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php/269197-Flesh-out-the-quot-Notices-quot-system.?p=1730503&viewfull=1#post1730503. For admins/mods who don't understand or don't want to use HTML, the great wysiwyg is/would be a life and time saver for constructing Notices!
That's impressive, it's a great endorsement for Xenforo that a company as big as Playfish are willing to use it as their core forum software. Over 500K members with nearly 10M posts? That's a great endorsement!
Yesss! This suggestion is now in the TOP-2 of most liked Bigger Feature Suggestions. Coooool....
Notices was, IMO, hands down the best part about vB past the 3.6 series.
I also use the Notices system extensively on my forum.
Oh yes, notices are very important in my forum too, it's a must have
Notices are much needed.
Please implement this in core.
Anyway, notices was always one of of VBs best features, it just worked which was quite surprising. If something similar, but enhanced was introduced here then that'd be great.