Bug & Features Feedback

Discussion in 'General' started by Rob Lay, Oct 3, 2017.

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  1. hobbit

    hobbit Well-Known Member

    Yeah, google with "site:insideevsforum.com" tacked on is probably a good alternative.

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  3. I suggest creating a forum for charging network experiences or maybe more general including home charging stations and battery technologies.

    I am prompted by having a very curious experience with PowerFlex. They have a fairly unique approach on pay charging on L2 systems ike floating electricity rates with the ability to turn on and off depending on current cost; setting precisely the number of kWh you want and how many hours you want to charge (not clear to me how these play together) and some buggy behavior, and I am hard pressed to find the right thread for this. The behavior of their system is both annoying and somewhat concerning ; I hope the chargers I have used are in some sort of Beta test. I probably will not use them again until I understand them better.

    Anyway, as more charging networks pop up and volume sales of multiple manufacturers' vehicles meaning owners who might not otherwise interact will have useful information to share , having a cross brand place to discuss charging will be helpful to everyone.

    Thank you, @Domenick for all the work you do for this very useful site!
  4. Could an unread thread have notifications suspended temporarily rather than indefinitely?

    Currently notifications of a new post say "You will not receive any further emails about this thread until you have read the new messages." If I don't want to look at the message, but still want to get notifications, then I have to read the message. For a thread I want to keep up on, but not instantly, I don't have a choice to defer notifications.

    So I suggest that instead of suspending notifications indefinitely, the system should remove the suspension after, say, a month. Then the next message after that would produce a notification again. That way, we could continue to follow threads that we're casually interested in.

    On systems that do it this way, hen a long-delayed notification comes in, I either review the thread, or realize I'm no longer interested and click the "disable emails from this thread" link.
  5. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    I passed this to the devs and there may be a way to implement, but it wouldn't be easy. Just piping up now to let you know we are are at least looking at it.
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  6. John Blund

    John Blund New Member

    Is this an American forum or a world forum? I'm missing Peugot, but it's not sold in the US, just EU.
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  8. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    We're based in the US, but we have a number of Canadian and European members.
    We haven't had any Peugeot owners in here, so post about it would go in the "Other EVs" sub-forum as you have correctly done.
  9. polyphonic

    polyphonic Well-Known Member

    Is there an “ignore” feature to hide certain user’s posts? Just to alleviate clutter.
  10. Domenick

    Domenick Administrator Staff Member

    Yes. Just click on user's name and there is an ignore option on the pop-up.
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  11. polyphonic

    polyphonic Well-Known Member

    I’m actually not seeing it, only a follow button along with some other things.
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  13. Below is an example. I bolded and italicized the ignore position. Hopefully this helps and you don't ignore me.;)

    "members name"
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    Profile Page Start a Conversation Follow Ignore

    Also you can't ignore an administrator or yourself. So if you clicked on Domenicks name or your own name you won't find it
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  14. polyphonic

    polyphonic Well-Known Member

    Beautiful, thanks @Fastnf and @Domenick!
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