I can’t add a custom field the first time. The system header is erased, you need to enter it again. Then the type of field changes, for example, from “selection” to “time”. If you still manage to add, various database errors may occur when editing the field on the site.
There was also a case when I deleted the system header of the html block, but failed to return it back, I had to do all this in the database.
I just realized that my users with the moderator status (which I adapted for a regular user) received notifications on email about new accounts. I know where to turn off notifications about new accounts, but I do not know how to disable this only for the moderator.
There may still be additional features for the moderator status, besides setting permissions? I do not want surprises😊
Half of my potential users fall off when creating a password. Perhaps this is due to the specifics of the audience, but nonetheless. At the moment I deleted the regex, I consider this a temporary solution.
Instead of a strict restriction on the password symbols, I propose to create a system warning about the strength of the password. I think this is true for users.
I see that for some of my users the mandatory Datepicker field becomes an insurmountable obstacle, they throw it even when all other fields are filled. In particular, this situation is observed when filling from a smartphone.
Now I do not know how to change the format to Russian 17.10.2019, besides, it seems to me Datepicker itself is outdated, I need a simpler and more modern one. As a workaround, I will write a short instruction for users. I think developers should keep this in mind.
I have different levels of membership for organizations and individuals by default. I also plan to increase the organization’s membership if necessary. Therefore, I had to adapt the default Moderator level for organizations. But I ran into a problem: this level sees the technical information of the profile (email, IP).
Is it possible to disable technical information for the Moderator?