Hi @jonburke, this was reported by one of our P2 editor. Below are info of his machine and browser.

Linux Mint 19.1 Cinnamon
Cinnamon-Version 4.0.10
Chrome Browser is version 88.0.4324.182 (official build) (64-Bit)

What happens is every time he clicks on a file (image), the image will open on the same tab (expected behavior). But once he clicks on the back button of his browser, instead of going back to the postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. where he clicked the file attachment, it will open the next post.

Clicking this will open the image on the same tab to preview.

Hi @jonburke I was going through attaching a file and encountered this problem. Normally, when I use file block and added an image, viewers be able to see the attached image on the postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. by simply clicking on it. But today, this happened. When I clicked the attachment (it’s a png file), browser attempted to downloaded the file with an error “Failed – No file”.

When I checked my media on the back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.”, I can see that the file is sitting there.

Have you or anyone @all encountered this error?

Hello @jonburke, I checked my NotificationNotification P2 notifications keep you informed about things that need your attention. On desktop find them in the bell icon in your top right corner. Also find notifications in your WordPress apps. Settings under my profileProfile Your profile helps teammates learn more about who you are. You can upload your photo and with hover over the user name and description are displayed. and I can see that “Likes on my posts” is checked under “EMAIL”. The problem is when someone liked my postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order., I’m not getting any email notif. I know this is working because on P2 Feedback I can get emails.

Inside Site Settings, this is what I have.

Hi @jonburke, I encountered an issue when adding an image to a postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order.. This already happened to me 2x or 3x before. What I usually do is I drag the image file from my desktop to my post editor. The image appears (for a few mins) then all of a sudden, it gives me an error on “empty alt attribute” message as shown below:

While I have this message, I clicked on “Preview” and the image would still show. But on the editor, it remains with this message. I had to delete the image block then add the image again to get rid of the error.

Hello @jonburke, I was looking at the unroll option of the twitter block or also known as the “Tweetstorm”. As per description, this is to “unroll” content from a single tweet or Twitter threadThread A conversation consisting of an initial P2 post and its replies.. Embedding the Tweet was all good:

The problem is after I clicked on the “Unroll” from the the twitter block menu. Few things happened as shown on the screenshot below:

  1. A message at the top saying “We were unable to verify that this Twitter thread was published on a Twitter account belonging to you. Please ensure you have permission to reproduce it before publishing.”

My question here is, where/how can I do the Twitter account verification and where/how to get permission to reproduce?

2. The embedded Tweet from the first screenshot was converted to a paragraph block.

3. At the lower left corner, it says “Twitter thread successfully imported”. Seems contradicting to the message at the top and what is actually happening.

Hi @jonburke, this could be an isolated case but here’s what happened. Someone replied to my comment and saw the notificationNotification P2 notifications keep you informed about things that need your attention. On desktop find them in the bell icon in your top right corner. Also find notifications in your WordPress apps. over the bell icon top right. I clicked the postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. title to open on a new tab. While viewing the comment, I noticed that my original comment doesn’t have the Tweet that I embedded. Instead, it’s just showing plain text as shown below:

When I refreshed my browser, that’s the only time the Tweet appeared.

Hello @jonburke, it seems that there’s a difference on column size between front and back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.” editor. Also, the Twitter block is not aligned while inside the editor. There is a blank space above the tweet, but once published, the blank space moves away.

On the back end editor, I can squeeze in 4 “Paragraph 1” on a single line.

2nd column (Twitter block) is not aligned on column 1 (Paragraph block). There’s a blank space above.

On the front end editor, I can only squeeze in 3 “Paragraph 1” on a single line.

2nd column (Twitter block) is also not aligned on column 1 (Paragraph block). There’s a blank space above.

Also, what’s interesting is that on the back end, I can insert 4 “Paragraph 1” on a single line. But once published, it goes down to 3.

Hello @jonburke, is there an issue with compact view lately? Last Monday (Feb 8), when I visited P2 Feedback, it’s displaying only 11 topics. That somehow got resolved yesterday, Tuesday (Feb 9). But today, I went to “My PostPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order.”, I can only see 10 posts (I have 22 posts). Switching to default or expanded view will show all 22 posts. I tested on 3 different browsers by the way. Chrome, Safari , and Firefox.

Hello @jonburke, sharing this experience we had with “Disable invite link”. We were at the “Invite People” page, populated email addresses and a custom message.

Out of curiosity, we clicked on “Generate new link” down below to see what it does.

After seeing the link and the roleRole User roles are the different sets of permissions that allow users to perform certain tasks. options, we just decided to click on “Disable invite link”. Then a prompt message box saying “Once this invite link is disabled, nobody will be able to use it to join your team. Are you sure?”, I hit on disable button.

Doing that cleared everything on the invite page. Have to retype everything and it’s a painful experience if someone already typed in 10 email addresses/usernames and a 500 characters custom message (if they can remember the message they typed in). Possible for the disable invite link not to clear the invite form?

Hi @jonburke, just a clarification on the Contributor roleRole User roles are the different sets of permissions that allow users to perform certain tasks.. When I invite someone and assign them to be a contributor, it says on the description that “Can write and EDIT their own posts“.

Once a contributor submitted a postPost Posts let you share long-form, formatted content — like project plans or documentation — directly in P2. They are displayed in reverse chronological order. for approval, admin/editor approves. Contributor does not have an option to edit their own post. Both front and back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.” does not have edit function.

Where can a contributor edit their own post?

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