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 - [Conversation Page][Spam Report] When we mark a post/reply as spam & view the thread from spam quarantine, page number in the url gets changed to 0
Thanks, Melissa 🙂
I am not seeing anything there about nested replies but there is a welcome change.
Pages now have just one Blue button where using that will put the post at the bottom of the page while the black text Reply "buttons" will nest things. That is something that users can be educated about.
A remaining problem that I see is that emailed replies are automatically nested. With the emails I deal with automatically going to the end of the thread would be a better option. What do others think?
On a separate note, please can the default reply box be at least twice its current depth?
If you ask me nested replies are not going to go away.
They are just stalling for time and hoping we will give up eventually.
I kind of agree Ann. It's a shame.
These are two big pluses!! But it would still be nice to have an actual timestamp visible.
Thanks Melissa - great to see action on the image metadata issue
Does that mean SFTW might be coming back?
Indeed. I may need a few others to share the contribution of starter images whilst we are locked down and I can't get out and take them but I'm thinking that one through now.
@Ann We know Adobe are clinging on here because of some future planned forums that will be something different. There they may work so the fact that don't in all the existing forums seems to be of less importance.
What am hoping is that people will agree with me that emailed replies will not get nested and will always go to the end of the thread. That would make these forums better while still leaving the nesting that Adobe are reluctant to pull, even though some staff support it and it has cost the support of some experts.
Your own reply is nested so I'm guessing that was emailed.
It would be convenient to have date in correct message (that one on green background) bound to original post. For now we have to click 'Jump to answer' to see when that solution were shared.