You mean a combination of all the different content types on the forum. Somewhat like a facebook news feed?It requires one page with all new (relevant) content, in an organized layout, with refreshing. 'Whats new' unfortunately doesn't come close. What we need is something that looks like new-posts, showing any content type of relevance. In XF1 I use a modified recent-activity with auto-refresh and lots of events hidden in there. Which helps somewhat. But it also shows unread content and its not visible to guests. In XF2 we can make it visible to guests which is a step forward.
Whats the addon content that is starting to dominate on your forum now?It doesnt just relate to forums, but addon content is just as important. I think that addon content will become dominant over forum content in coming years. I am already seeing a shift on my big board.
Wow thats a lot! This was one of the reasons for using WHMCS instead of XenForo Subscription service for ForumApps. The more options we present to the buyer, the more confusing it gets and therefore higher rate of cart abandonment.You cannot link to a specific user upgrade.
There needs to be different upgrades for single payment, recurring, and one for each term. In reality its just the same upgrade. This makes any upgrade page messy. if you have 4 upgrades, available as single payment and recurrent and in 6 terms, then you have 48 upgrades on a page instead of just 4.
A user upgrade cannot be upgraded to a higher one. Lets say a member has a $5 a month upgrade subscription and they want to change that to $10, then this is not possible. They will need to cancel the first one.
This is why you will often end up with 48 upgrades, so that users can see the different options they have.
Have you tried modifying the row id of the user upgrade and focusing on that with the help of a query parameter in the URL to highlight the upgrade user should buy. Query parameters are