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Implemented Place all group forums under a master node in the node tree

Discussion in 'Resolved Suggestions' started by alfa1, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. alfa1

    alfa1 Active Member

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    Currently all group forums are placed at a random location in the node tree.
    Please place them under a 'Social Group Forums' master node.

    We will have many hundreds of group forum nodes, so we need to keep it tidy.
     
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    Freelancer Active Member

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    Must have feature. And the master node must be able to be at any place in the node tree.
     
  3. truonglv

    truonglv Staff Member Tech Support

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    I have added an page which display all forums from social groups add-on :)
     
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    Dadparvar Active Member

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    Awesome.
    I think its the best choice.
     
  5. alfa1

    alfa1 Active Member

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    This is not fully implemented yet. its nice that the node tree function in xf admincp no longer has group forums. But we need more:

    In Xenforo all group forums need to be under one parent node.

    Currently if we need to select a forum in admincp (for example to add thread prefixes to normal xenforo forums), we need to browse through hundreds of group nodes to find the forum we need.

    Example:
    - Master Social Groups Node
    - - Group Forum 1
    - - Group Forum 2
    - - Group Forum 3
    -- etc

    This way we have one large list of group forums together. If the master social groups node has a sort order of 10000 then it will always display at the bottom of all other nodes.