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Re: Display only New Topics Since Last Visit

Dave Dreezer ·
Other than the NEW icon there isn't a way. I checked the search, and any other way that I could think of to trap posts made since your last visit, but that seems to be just the icon that you have pointed out.
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Display only New Topics Since Last Visit

ST ·
I know the topic list flags new items with an icon "NEW", but I'd like to see a list showing only the items that are new since my last visit. If not a native way to do that in Hoop.la, can we configure the advanced search to do it. If so I can take the resulting link and add a button to trigger it.
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Re: Display only New Topics Since Last Visit

ST ·
Thanks for checking Dave. I've turned the topic into a Suggestion. ST
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Have the "last login" parameters changed?

MHK@CS2 ·
Hello! I thought that in the past I could search members' last visit by, say, BEFORE and then 30 days ago as the time period, etc. I went to do this today because I want to send a message to anyone who has not logged in recently, as they may have missed critical deadline notifications. I am only seeing the ability to search based on a time (e.g. 12:00) and not by a number of days. Has this changed? I tried changing BETWEEN to BEFORE or EXACT and I still see only times available. I went to...
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time zone issue re: last login?

Emma Firsten-Kaufman ·
Hi there, We just realized that when we export group member information, the column of the CSV file that shows last login time includes logins at times of day that haven't happened yet. Our whole site's default time zone is set at Eastern Daylight Time, so we're not sure how to interpret or resolve this. Please advise. Thanks! Emma
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Re: In a Style - what is the name of the NEW button

Brian Lenz ·
Hi ST, You'll want to look in the Component Colors section of your Theme. The "NEW" label's background uses the 'Primary' Background Color in the Component Colors section. Keep in mind that this color will be used in a variety of places throughout the Hoop.la UI. If you want to target just the NEW label, then you'd need to use custom CSS, e.g.: .h-new-label {background-color: red;} Substitute whatever color you'd like there. Hope this helps! Brian
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Re: In a Style - what is the name of the NEW button

ST ·
Perfect - thanks Brian! ST
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Re: In a Style - what is the name of the NEW button

Brian Lenz ·
You're welcome! Have a good night
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In a Style - what is the name of the NEW button

ST ·
Hi, When we first set up the site, I changed the background color of the NEW button. I can't remember which setting in the STYLE controls this. Our branding guidelines suggest that buttons should be shades of gray. But we really need "New Since Last Visit" (and I just voted for it). In the meantime, I need to make NEW items stand out in the Topic list. ST
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Re: Have the "last login" parameters changed?

Lori ·
Hi, Mary! If you put your cursor in the field that says "After" or "Before", you can enter a date (or use the calendar picker). So you can choose between 11/1 and 12/1, if you want. Is that what you're looking for? Lori
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Re: Have the "last login" parameters changed?

MHK@CS2 ·
Oh for crying out loud. And it's not even a Monday. Yes, that is exactly what I needed - thanks, Lori!! PS - I think a brain-fart graemlin would be a splendid add for 2019.
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Re: Have the "last login" parameters changed?

Dave Dreezer ·
Monday, Monday, so good to me Monday morninĀ“, it was all I hoped it would be
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Re: Have the "last login" parameters changed?

Lori ·
Wait--it's not Monday??
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Re: time zone issue re: last login?

Dave Dreezer ·
Hi Emma, All the date/times in the CSV are set to UTC, so that there is standardization and all the times are consistant. Remember, while the site is set to eastern time, your personal time could be set elsewhere and so then which one would we export? We always set the CSV to UTC and then it's always the same no matter who exports it what their personal settings are, or what the site is set to.
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Re: Trust isn't Crazy

Rexi ·
I LOVE the idea of this Rosemary ... but I really can't see it taking off in the UK? I know that sounds a bit negative ... but I just don't think we are brave enough to try it!! Interesting that you mention Best Busy ... I recall a story about them a while ago where they were recruiting, and one of the criteria was that the applicant had to have 250 followers on Twitter. I'd love to read your opinion on that
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Re: Trust isn't Crazy

Rosemary O'Neill ·
LOL thanks Rexi! You guys already have some mandates about paid leave time anyway, right? I hadn't heard about Best Buy's recruiting concept regarding Twitter. Sounds like something that might have been a good idea to help evaluate whether the candidate is "social" or not, but that's kind of a random metric to pluck out of thin air. With all of the auto-followers and schemes out there, number of Twitter followers is too easy to game. If I wanted to hire "socially engaged" employees (and I...
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Re: Trust isn't Crazy

Rexi ·
Blimey I'd best go and sign up with Twitter etc. I am sooo bad at this social media malarky! I do have a FB account ... but I only have three friends!! Not because no one likes me, but because I only set it up to keep up with two friends who live abroad (the other one lives round the corner). I reject all the friend requests that I receive
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Trust isn't Crazy

Rosemary O'Neill ·
Now that NPR has done a nice followup story about our unlimited paid leave policy, we've had a lot of comments and questions about how it's possible, why we did it, and whether it could work elsewhere.  Sometimes the confines of an interview...
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

karlhtomas ·
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

James The Jovial Jester ·
I hear & see where you are coming from. At work I have to carry over & or "bank" leave I have not taken in a "leave year". So the following year I have more to take but I still may not have the need to take this leave. If the concept of unlimited leave was used, this situation would not exist & I would be comfortable in the knowledge that should the circumstances occur the leave would be available if required... Simple.. Having said that, I do work with some (very undisciplined)...
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

sbevis ·
Very interesting ideas. I will try to get a copy of Built to last. Here are two links to a fellow LiveCloud member. First one is her LiveCloud account. The second one is a link to the book she has available regarding on-line behaviors. Check them out if you get a chance. by Communitygirl 18 Rules for community engagement
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

Lori ·
Yes, we know her! We're working with her on another project.
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

sbevis ·
Great! I will ease out the way.
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

James The Jovial Jester ·
Why do you think it was that there was no trouble on the original Groupee side of things until it merged into LiveCloud?. You have to admit we had a very well behaved bunch. Sadly this no longer exists as a result of these "rogue group of members" We had something special IMO.
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

Steven ·
Are you talking about the GaGaJoyJoy users? If so, then that would be due to that community being merged into LiveCloud. The original Groupee and LiveCloud are the same thing (at the core), just with the addition and subtraction of some features.
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

James The Jovial Jester ·
Reference: Are you talking about the GaGaJoyJoy users A very small proportion of them. Nearly all of them are great but that is when this "rogue element" started
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

Steven ·
Yeah, that group of people came from another large community that was integrated into LiveCloud, so that will naturally change things.
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

Dave Dreezer ·
Awesome job on the tv ad, Rosemary!
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

Hi Rosemary, I heard about this news on King 5 today and admire you for your courage and conviction. I am a fan of this style of leadership and have had little success implementing it myself. I would love to be able to chat with you sometime, if you have some time. I look forward to hearing back from you. PS: I am not looking for a job . Tarang | http://tarangkaushal.livejournal.com/ MBA Candidate, Class of 2010 Michael G. Foster School of Business University of Washington
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

I would like to commend you for the spirit of your efforts. Hopefully, your smaller payroll will allow you to make this system work. But for most corporations, I firmly believe this approach would be doomed to failure. This policy will turn into a nightmare for any who would rebel against the oppression seen in corporations who create policies based on the performance of the LCD. The standard will be set not by "Disciplined people who engage in disciplined thought and who take disciplined...
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

I don't understand how this works with medical leave. What if someone has a long illness -- are they still getting paid their usual wages/salary? In my company, we believe we are renting 40 hours per week of our employees' time. We do not expect them to work longer hours to do their jobs. We would never put them in the position of competing against each other for who can work the longest hours. We have single mothers and older people on our payroll. We have no desire to pit these people...
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

Lori ·
Reference: Sounds like a great system for o/c overachievers who have no other lives. Not at ALL true, donnarae! Ever since I've started working at Social Strata (10 years in May), I've heard about the necessary balance of life and work, and I've been encouraged to live outside of work. All of us have lives, some of us have small children and some have important parts to play in others' lives. There are no overachievers with no other lives here! This CAN work. In ANY company. The key is...
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Re: Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

I hope it works -- I think it is a great way to treat employees. I don't think our bunch is ready for it. Too many little squabbles and turf wars going on. How do you handle abuse? At some point, if it is abused, some kind of action has to occur. I know that you have exceptional employees and don't anticipate any problems, but do you have a plan for what to do if someone does abuse it? Thanks, Donna
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Unlimited Paid Leave? Oh yes.

Rosemary O'Neill ·
You saw that right.  As of today, we've made a somewhat radical change to our corporate policies.  Every single full-time Social Strata employee now has access to unlimited paid leave.  Why would we take such a step?  It's because...
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