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, we just noticed something with email notifications that when someone liked 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./comment. It seems that the email format is automatically tied up with that person’s blog posts (top posts I guess). Can we somehow customize that part? Like putting any links we want? Or even customize everything in this email content? @mstreib

#featurerequest

Hello @jonburke , I created and published a private page but it seems that me as a site admin (same with an editor roleRole User roles are the different sets of permissions that allow users to perform certain tasks.) cannot view it on front end. It doesn’t behave the same way as posts wherein admin/editor can view a private 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 have a side by side screenshot below of both back and front end.

Me and @mstreib were checking out page functions and stumbled on this.
Thank you.

Hello @jonburke I have a question how name is displayed when you do @mention. I have @mention showing my name in plain text while the other one is underlined highlighted in blue. What are the instances/scenarios that P2 will use plain text and underlined highlight in blue? What is the impact of these 2 @mentions? Kindly check the screenshots below:

Both of these posts appeared under “My mention” section on the left pane.

When I have multiple P2’s open, and in draftDraft A draft is a post or page that has been saved, but hasn't been published yet., when I hover, I only see a generic identifier Edit Page < P2 <Company name. Ideally seeing a portion of the P2 Title would be preferable. Any modification I can make? If no, is there any chance this is under review? Thx

If you prefer Spanish 🇪🇸 we have an Spanish language version of this P2 up and running at Comunidad P2. Please respond in commentsComments Comments are the main way in P2 for you and your team to reply to posts and keep the conversation going. They’re located at the bottom of each post, and are organized in threads. Learn more. for an invite.

Grateful to all of you who contribute, inspire and help make the P2 ThemeTheme A theme in WordPress is a collection of files that controls the overall look and feel of a site. better. On several occasions when I‘ve encountered a “bug” or a “glitch” I tell my business partner I’ve “posted to the group and will most likely have an answer before I wake up the next morning.” – Be safe everyone!

Does anybody on this P2 use Salesforce? Our VIP Division has integrated P2 with Salesforce and it would be very helpful to demonstrate the integrations and get feedback from folks who use Salesforce. 🙏

This is a follow up to a 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. from yesterday.

When I invite a non employee to be a part of a P2 the experience of joining the team could and I will say should be better or more seamless. The current experience is a hinderance to allowing P2 to scale.

I am focusing on non employee teams because it is more voluntary. I have better access to an employee team member and help with the onboarding and require they be a part of a Project P2.

There are three types of people we need to onboard to a P2.

  1. Does not have a WordPress Account and needs to create one.
  2. Has a WordPress Account and can use this account join the P2.
  3. Has a WordPress Account and should create a different one to join the P2.

Before I get into a discussion of the 3 here is an observation. I am guessing most of us who have been using WordPress for several years have no idea what the current experience is for someone who wants to create a WordPress account. This is kind of critical to know so you can help people. I also think P2 should offer a way to set up a WordPress account through a P2 portal to provide a different experience. So getting back to my 3 types of people.

  1. For the person who is asked to join a private P2 it can be an awkward first few steps. First they are asked to create a WP account with a unique user name. If Mary knows the 10 member group she is joining she is not really going to understand why she has to be Mary463542 when there is no other Mary in the group. It is not clear she is setting up a unique name for all of WordPress. The other difficulty I see with signing up for a WP account is it pushes the person to start their first website or blog. This is confusing. Mary just wanted to join the group. For P2 Mary should be able to simply set up her WP account and join the P2. Make it easier – user experience.
  2. This is pretty easy for someone who has a WP account but it is possible they only have one website and it is a basic free account. They might not be aware they can join using the existing account. They might not understand the function of their WP ID (name).
  3. There are times where a person who has a WP account should set up a new one. They need to be walked through this.

Conclusion (and keep in mind I am only on my first cup of coffee) – The onboarding page should explain the need to have a WP account to join the private P2 with three choices to start.

1 – I do not have a WP account and would like to set one up. (But don’t make them think they are creating a website)

2 – I already have a WP account and want to join using this one. (Give instructions about how to proceed)

3 – I already have a WP but want to set up another one. (Goes back to the number 1 experience)

Everything WP does is set up to make it easy for people to create a website but this is not the goal of a person joining a P2 so it has to be different. Hope this makes some sense. And again I apologize for lack of coffee and for length. My thanks to the entire team and for your contributions. @jonburke

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