Thanks for reply 🙂
if i have a post with many new comments, a user will receive many notifications... i can suggest to add the option to subscribe only the own threads?
Do you have a date when this will be available? I'd like to evaluate this for our forum site that needs threaded replies. If it's of interest, I'd be open to running it as a test with some of our membership if that feedback would help your testing process. We have about 2,500 members, 60,000 page views and several thousand posts per day, currently on bbPress/BuddyPress which has been hacked to get threading.
We should be releasing it fairly soon... along with a 5.7.4 update... but the latest php 7.1.1 release has caused a rash of compatibility issues so we have to get those fixed up first... but definitely this month I would hazard...
One more question... is it possible in SimplePress for responses to have different subject lines than the original post?
Afraid not as things stand at the moment
This plugin will need the "blog post linking" plugin to work?And for comment a post, i need to create a forum?
It will work with custom posts type? And how work the rules? i can limit who can see or write in the comments?
And if the post is reserved to members (with a membership plugin), also the comments will be reserved? or the comment will be shown only based on forum roles?
Thansk so much, and i'ma waiting this new plugin!
Threading and Commenter are two completely separate plugins.
For Commenter then yes - it requires our Blog Linking plugin which can create a topic (NOT forum) automatically upon publishing a blog post. It can also create a blog post from a new forum topic.
Permissions to view or add comments within the forum topic are controlled by the Simple:Press permissions management.
Any update on when the commenter plugin will be available? I'm working right now on getting a download of my comments from FB and importing them into my database so I can take advantage of it!
My current comments are on my site with the most recent at the top. Will there be a way to do that in the commenter? The forum should be in chronological order, but the comments seem more natural reverse chrono. Maybe reader switchable?
I have to be honest and say I am not sure yet. It has still not really had the testing it needs.
But - are you aware that the commenter as it stands is dependent upon the blog post being linked to a forum topic using our blog linking plugin?