Hey, PeerBoard Community! In our first summer update, we're rolling out:
- Member list export to CSV.
- Welcome mail customization.
- Dutch localization.
Note: if that feels like too little, stay tuned - there're larger updates in works that are coming this summer: feed redesign, notifications system and other exciting things!
Export Members to CSV
Do you want to analyze your user data or sign them up for marketing campaigns? Download the full list of members with their names, emails, community role, user group id numbers and group names in a neat CSV file. To do that, go to
Member Management →
Member List and click on
Export to CSV.
Note: members who completely unsubscribed from all PeerBoard notifications will have empty email fields in the CSV and Member List section.
Customize the Welcome Email
Now you can customize not only the invite but also the welcome emails which greet new community members once they activate their accounts. Head to the
Customization section, choose
Emails, and jot down the unique welcome title and intro. Do you consider welcome emails redundant or that some members may think of them as spam? To disable welcome emails,
tick a checkbox below the
Welcome email content.
Host Community in Dutch
Hallo, our Dutch community leaders! Hoe gaat het? We have added another interface localization and now have a total of 15 languages in our set. Thanks to Wouter Siteur for this one!
- Post editor now keeps the cursor position as it is when resizing.
- Search and copy to clipboard features are fixed in the Firefox browser.
- Language-specific symbols (e.g. Spanish "¡" and "¿") are now supported in taglines.
- Unsaved content warning sign. When attempting to leave the post editor and close the tab with unsaved changes, you wouldn't get a heads-up that the content would be lost. This was a bummer especially for those of us who have jillions of tabs open at all times, and we would accidentally close the important ones. Now a warning sign pops up to prevent you from loosing valuable content pieces.
Have an Idea in Mind?
You are always welcomed to share your thoughts, so feel free to comment to open a discussion.