Tagged With "Personal Activity Stream"

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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Julie Usher ·
BTW, I'm asking the timing question to know when to alert people to these changes. If this one is way off, then I'll announce the photo one now. If this one is coming soon, I'll wait and announce them together.
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Julie Usher ·
Okay, so basically you're saying I can't see/use any of this functionality now, is that right? If so, when do you think it will be rolled out to me/others in my camp? Also, can individual members personalize their own streams? And would they do it from the link you just gave me, or from their member profiles? I don't have that link in view on my site, except via linking through on the widget on one page, because it didn't seem too useful. But, if members can each alter it to personal taste,...
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Julie Usher ·
Hi, I'm especially excited about the photo change. Thanks! I did, though, have two questions about the personalized activity stream. I had an activity stream on my home page (Member Milestones and More!), but I don't see a way to personalize it (see screen shot below). Why not? And, two, I don't understand this comment, "In addition, there is a new Personal Activity Stream page available whenever the Activity Stream is enabled for your site." (1) How do you enable the Activity Stream (I...
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Brian Lenz ·
Hi @Julie Usher , The Personalized Activity Stream is a feature that requires a rebuild process to complete before it becomes available. In the case of your site, since you are on a multi-tenant shared plan, it's not available just yet. Once it is available, you will see the Scope dropdown that Ted showed in his screenshot. Here is the Activity Stream page on your site: http://cookieconnection.juliau....com/activity-stream The new Personal Activity Stream page Ted referred to is linked on...
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Brian Lenz ·
@Julie Usher , the Personalized Activity Stream is building as we speak. I would expect it to be completed within 24 hours at most, but I won't be surprised if it's completed overnight tonight. The Personalized Activity Stream is automatically refined based on the user's interests and follows on the site. There aren't any specific toggles for manipulating the personalized version of the Activity Stream aside from the follow functionality that is built in to the community already (following...
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The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Ted O'Neill ·
The new Personal Activity Stream gives users an easy way to stay on top of the things they care about most. Learn more!
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Julie Usher ·
Also, another question to better understand how this feature works. You said "There aren't any specific toggles for manipulating the personalized version of the Activity Stream aside from the follow functionality that is built in to the community already (following the blog, clips, forum topics, members, etc.)." My question is: where can people control what parts of the site or who they follow? It's frankly been so long since I followed parts of the site that I've forgotten. Is it under...
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Julie Usher ·
Can you let me know when it's done, so I can see how it might be used on the site and announce to member as appropriate. I guess I assumed that is was done because it was announced.
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Julie Usher ·
thanks
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Any member can go to their profile and click "notifications." First they'll see the delivery mechanisms (email or on-site alert), and then they can click the tab for Primary Notifications to see all of the options for following content and activities on the site. They can just check (or uncheck) those boxes to control what they're following. Each member also can set their default following behavior...in their profile, under Personal Settings, there's a section for "Default Notification...
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Rosemary O'Neill ·
The biggest difference is portability. Since it's a widget, you can now put the personalized activity stream anywhere you want in the interface. Also, I think it appeals to people who are more used to the "feed" mentality, where you can see a page with "just your stuff" on it. You don't have to turn the personalized activity stream on or off, it should just be there if your users want to see it (if you are using the Activity Stream at all, which you turn on or off in the Structure area of...
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Brian Lenz ·
@Julie Usher , sorry for the delay, but the Personalized Activity Stream is available on your community now! The job actually finished over 24 hours ago, but there was a small issue completing the activation of the feature. We've now corrected that, so the full functionality of this release is available on your community now
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Re: The Personalized Activity Stream Release

Rich Melvin ·
Add me to the group trying to figure this out. What is different here for a user beyond what they have already had within the notifications area? And where do I find this in my Admin Control panel to set it up, if I want to use it?
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Re: Data migration

Dave Dreezer ·
Hi, As the site owner you can always access your data. In the web services panel you can make a complete backup of the database. Go to http://(your site here)/config and log in. Use the lost password link if you've lost it. Once you log in, in the top group of links - left side - select "create/restore backups" and on the resulting page you'll see that you have options to backup all or part of your data. If you're looking to migrate to a different forum system you'll need the database which...
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Re: What is your community manager personality type?

Lori ·
I think I'm more of the Lifeguard type....who likes the occasional rousing game of Marco Polo.
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Re: What is your community manager personality type?

LittleOddMe ·
I think there's still a place for a little bit of Stalin. Ok, maybe not in the arena of criticism, and some controversy is always going to happen. I've had to perform one execution as a moderator and I've never regretted the decision, though with different tools and more experience I might have been able to find a better way (though I still doubt it). Other than that, I guess I'm bits of all of these - if I had to pick one, I'm more of a border collie, but without the idea of the "correct"...
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Re: What is your community manager personality type?

Harold ·
I think I'm a cross between the Ninja and Bozo the Clown.
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What is your community manager personality type?

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Can you spot your community manager or moderator in this list? Wizard of Oz - You hide behind the curtain, making grandiose pronouncements in a booming voice. No-one is allowed to see your real face. Ninja - You slip in and out unnoticed, knifing...
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Data migration

Chouhdary Wasim ·
Hi, I have question to ask . I want to migrate all data from eve community to my personal forum .. e.g vbullitin . Is there any option to do this please do reply .
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Re: Google+ using circles to set privacy on posts...great idea...

Matt Bradley ·
I love how they use circles. It is a great way to organize your friends by their relationship. So many time with Facebook, you cannot specify how they are related to you. Hopefully we will see a bit more iphone application development in this realm. The app that Google has out now could use a bit more polishing. What do you guys think?
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Google+ using circles to set privacy on posts...great idea...

Rosemary O'Neill ·
...that our LiveCloud network has had since 2006.   Glad to see Google's on board with the idea.
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Hoop.la comment walls: an introduction

Rosemary O'Neill ·
In our latest Hoop.la release, we snuck in a much-requested feature---user walls.  This is an area on the member profile where friends and colleagues can leave a quick public note.   Sometimes it's a happy birthday, and sometimes it's...
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