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1.10 Advance the private message system
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(01-21-2018, 05:13 PM)metulburr Wrote: If you implement a conversation, can you add a way to block certain users as well as usergroups from contacting you through that means?

There's an Ignore List for a reason.
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If this was done, it would need to nearly match discord/skype and be Instant messaging instead of having to reload the page to see what someone said. As well as maybe read/delivered message statuses etc.

I have plans for adding such an advanced messaging system to my board eventually, but it would be nice to not have to go the extra mile myself and it just be a feature already.
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(01-04-2018, 10:21 PM)Euan T Wrote:
(01-04-2018, 09:29 PM)labrocca Wrote:
(01-04-2018, 07:56 PM)darkhorus Wrote: A conversation system in place of the traditional PM system is a given in this day and age. This was planned for 2.0, but since that's been delayed, I agree it should happen in 1.10.

Yeah, let's put everything we wanted in 2.0 into 1.10 and then we can wait another 3 years for a responsive theme.

No thanks.  1.10 should not be about the PM system. It's adequate as is and can be altered in the future when we have a mobile theme in place.

Read the roadmap I posted recently. All these things being suggested/planned for "1.10" will happen across a multitude of releases. The next major release will be 1.9.0, which will bring:
  • New responsive theme
  • Twig template system
That's it. The next major release (1.10.0) will bring some more new features/enhancements, as will the next major release after that, and so on.

Keeping these suggestions organised and categorised is quite difficult unfortunately and everybody has different ideas on what they think are priority issues/features.

Why are we talking about version 1.9, 1.10 or even 2.0 when we haven't seen the so-called pending update to 1.8.15?

To me all I am seeing is from the MyBB.com developers is a lot of "It's coming" responses but nothing to show for it. 

All I am reading are empty promises.

So what gives?
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