Kane Made It
May 23, 2019
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New updates for Episerver World's Forum

Back to the time when GDPR came into active, we already removed the Quotes feature within our forum.

As an alternative, we implemented a new comment feature for you to improve user experience.

The new comment feature enables you to comment on thread, posts; make related content gathers together in the same place.

We hope this helps you better when you need to clarify or discuss further within specific points without making it off-topic. Along with it, the new design was also applied so you might feel it stranger a little at first.

Best!

May 23, 2019

Comments

Eric
Eric May 23, 2019 09:38 AM

Super. Is the new feature CRP compatible as well? Do we get points when commenting a thread or answer?

Paul Gruffydd
Paul Gruffydd May 23, 2019 09:51 AM

I'm not so keen on the redesign of the up/down vote feature (maybe it'll grow on me) but I really like being able to create threaded comments.

Kane Made It
Kane Made It May 24, 2019 01:31 AM

Hi, as Comment isn't considered as contribution, we must use it as a tool to make it clear at some points. You only get point when you reply a thread or your post is marked as answer.

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