Klicking the arrow button does nothing.
I would like to create events with the option to charge Standard Members for participation, but let Premium Members participate for free. Is there an option to configure Pay & Join that way?
Here's a tricky one, @LeonidS .
My basic Standard Members have no permission to join organizations by themselves. But organizations can invite members for joining, even those Standard Members. That works great. The org invites, the standard member joins. Now, standard members have only very restricted content creation options on my site. Just feed updates and discussions. If they want more, they should subscribe for a paid membership. But there's the trick now. If the joined organization has higher membership privileges and they give the according role to that joined Standard Member, that member now can use the granted content creation options for the organization and on behalf of that organization.
Now the tricky question: If that Standard Member is now member of the organization, acting on behalf of that organization, shouldn't that member be able to switch to that organization profile in the standard member's account profile, even if it's not its own organization profile?
There's the option for switching to that organization profile when navigating to the profile page. There it says "You can change your current profile to this profile". Is that intended or is that just missing? I checked my studio settings for switching profiles and there's nothing I could find that would cause the missing organization profile switch.
A test user copied some text with hash tags from a facebook post to my UNA site. The hash tags kept their original facebook URLs, leading users to the facebook hash tag. No channel auto-created on my own site. I assume that the same would happen with other social network hash tags, as well.
Is it possible to get rid of original links of hash tags when copy/pasted within a post from another plattform to my site and start the auto-creation of channels on my own site, instead?
Maybe I don't get "Vote up / Vote down" reactions right. I'm not a member on reddit and I do not have much experience with upvotes/downvotes on other platforms.
But sometimes, people make up their minds and want to revise their first reaction. That's possible with likes, with favorising, with befriending, following, etc. Only with Up-/Downvotes I have to stick to my original choice. When klicked, it's forever.
Can anybody explain the reason why Upvotes / Downvotes behave completely different than all the other reaction options?