This is your platform! What would you like to see here? What are we missing?
Yes, I am logged. I have check with Emilie and it seems there is a problem with Safari (10.0.3) on Mac OS (10.12.3).
I don’t have the right column after names.
Are you logged in to Humanities Commons on Safari? I’m on a Mac too, and I just logged in on Safari and get this. As you can see, I followed you, so I now have an “unfollow” option, but I can follow others.
As you can see from Émilie’s profile (viewed on a Mac in Safari), there’s also a “follow” link right under her profile picture.
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Especially for “memberships” on the profile page, I have tried several times to add <br>, but when I update the page, it doesn’t work.
Another remark from my experience: it will be useful to add a comment such as (in correct English 🙂 ) “no style allowed”. I like very much to use my personal style when I see…[Read more]
Working with Mac OS and using Safari: impossible to add/follow a member from hcommons. I think it will be useful to add an icon “+” or “ADD” on the member’s profile page and/or just next to the member’s name on the page list of members.
I just wanted to let you know that we’ve implemented some measures to prevent this kind of spam appearing in private messages in the future. Thanks so much for bringing the matter to our attention.
Oh I am sorry this happened to you! I will remove that user right away. Yes, I think we need the ability to mark as spam ASAP. Thanks so much for letting us know, @felwert!
I just received spam as a private message:
Greetings to you and your family.
I am Mrs. Amadou Gloria, A widow to late Mr. Greg Amadou; I am 56 years old, suffering from pancreatic cancer, My condition is really bad and it is quite obvious that I will not live for very a long time according to my doctors but I strongly believe in God and not the…
Hi Paolo, Yes, I have also tried premium and think the who is reading what is the best aspect of that service. I agree with your point about the user having control of his/her own “broadcast” vs “privacy” settings
YES! We have this on our road map for the next six months (and we’re really excited about its potential). Thanks for the feedback!
P.S. For now, you could always send the author a direct message, or start a discussion thread in a group.
Paolo Aranha replied to the topic Sort publication list in profile according to categories in the discussion Feedback and Feature Requests on Humanities Commons 2 years, 4 months ago
It’s true, the display of CORE items on the personal profiles is currently puzzling. In fact, even a little space between each item would be an improvement, as currently it all looks like like an indistinct mass of hyperlinks.
This is an excellent proposal! By the way, it wouldn’t be bad to introduce a “Like” function in Group Discussions like this. While I didn’t have much to add in substantial terms to Christopher Long’s proposal, I did want to express my support: a Facebook-style “Like” would serve the purpose!
Colin, I think your analysis is very accurate: one of the many problems with Academia.edu is the lack of discussion and interaction.
I also would like to have some enhanced Analytics on HC, although I also think we should undertake a reflection on the best balance between each one’s right to privacy and the undeniable utility of data on the…[Read more]
If I check out someone’s profile and I click on their institution name, I get redirected to the members pages. I see the filtered search results for 1 or 2 seconds and then the display changes, I get all the people I follow, like there was no filter. The url is exactly the same as if I would have punched the institution name in the…[Read more]
In the buttons at the top of the group’s page, you should see a “Send Invites” button. If you don’t, it’s possible that the group’s admin has turned off the ability for other members to invite people. If that’s the case, you could either message them or use the invitation button on the hcommons.org homepage and edit the text of the…[Read more]
Glad you are looking at facets.
The alphabetical sort option still means then paging through lots of HTML pages. An alphabetical facet would have one page with 24 buttons, each with an ascending letter, which would then go to all “A” names, all “B” names etc.
Best regards, Colin
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