Hi there. Only admins can see the "last time online" on the users' accounts.
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Hi there. Yes, this is intentional. We only show "collections" under the "all topics" page. So that you can have more control over the topics that members can see on that page. You can learn more here4.
Hi Irene. Your question is already answered here12.
Add /login/direct to the end of your community URL, so that you can log in with your already existing email/password as an admin.
Shivam, when you send the "email invitation", all the user need to do is to click on the link in the email and create a "password". The system ill skip the "insert email" section as the link only works for... (More)
Hi there. In the future, we are adding the "event" functionality that allows you to share events, and people can RSVP (like Facebook Events).
We do not have a concrete deadline for this feature to share with the public, but... (More)
Hi Jason. Yes, you can upload this entire picture to the “announcement” section. You do not have to add a text on top of it.
Also, you can share this picture as a “post” and pin it to the top... (More)
Yes. You can add multiple pictures to the "Post" content type. It gets converted to "gallery" on the preview.
We have received this feedback before and we are adding this functionality in the future.
However, meanwhile, you might find this workaround helpful:
You can use the Zapier app4 to send all the activities as a notification to somewhere outside... (More)
Tribe provides the SAML SSO option for enterprise clients only. Unlike OAuth and JWT SSO methods, SAML is not very popular and it needs Tribe technical team's enrollment.
To start, you need to contact your account manager and share this... (More)
Hi Jason. Yes, we have it on our plans for V.2. On our upcoming version, you are able to have some "pages/groups" and then inside each page, you can decide which apps should be enabled. Therefore, you can have the... (More)
This answer4 is for the case to show the navbar items only for the logged-in users.
You can change the CSS code to say "role-admin" and "role-member", then display:none.
Hi there. Your question is already answered here.
Hi @Steve Houghton-Burnett9. Sounds like an interesting UX improvement. Our design team will go through the suggestions like this and will consider the changes in our next version(s) if applicable. Thanks for sharing your feedback with us. This is... (More)
Sounds like a good suggestion. @Soheil this needs the product team's consideration. What do you guys think?