In case of a new message it would be great if the application/ web interface would directly jump to the contact who sent the message.
Actually you get the notification and need to click on the marked contact to see the new message.
This should be optional.4 votes
The android app is playing sound, when receiving notifications, even if my phone is on vibration. Probably due to the webview used.11 votes
Like Slack, being able to create a snippet by clicking a button and choose from a droplist the language would be far less painful than typing ``` (especially for non-qwerty keyboards).
It would be more intuitive especially for coders who discover the platform. Thanks!16 votes
Propose to use mailgun (an email service for developers) as an alternative to the SMTP server. The open-source blog platform ghost uses it and it is very easy to configure (instead of a whole server mail to install and secure).6 votes
It would be great if you could prevent users from changing their first and last names when using LDAP authentication.2 votes
As i'm rolling out the native Windows client to a lot of users (via windows software distribution) i'd like to be able to pre-provision the app with our mattermost servers url (and maybe other settings). It would be great if the client would support some way of getting it's initial configuration for example via a config file distributed with it.
I've posted it to the windows category but i guess this would be nice (and just as easy to implement) on every platform. Mobile apps might be more difficult though.23 votes
This feature is in progress and planned to ship with Desktop App v4.0
I would like to add horizontal support to the iOS iPhone application in order to make viewing code snippets a bit more user friendly.
I have implemented the change already, but need a ticket to create a pull request.1 vote
The Mattermost web interface uses the User-Agent of the browser, which is a bad idea because browsers can (and do) anyway lie about which browser they are.
As a matter of fact, right now Mattermost will give a warning (and not work) when e.g. using Epiphany (the GNOME Web browser), but changing the User-Agent does work. Because its engine is WebKit, which makes it to support almost everything that Safari does (and Safari is in the list of supported browsers).
What Mattermost should do is feature detection. More info at: https://github.com/mattermost/platform/issues/3353#event-70311800425 votes
Android 4.4 is to high requirement. Slack app support also older Android versions, why Mattermost can't? 4.0+ would be reasonable.7 votes
I have an Blackberry Passport with Blackberry 10 OS
I like very much Mattermost but android app isn't compatible with Android Runtime 4.3 which is the one on Blackberry 10
I can test and translate
When posting a link to a Giphy page (e.g. http://giphy.com/gifs/power-rangers-morphin-OOZLyBA9Euq2I), it would be nice if Mattermost could automatically display the GIF below the post.
(It works if you post the direct link to the .gif file but most users won't do that.)7 votes
Near as I can tell, right now if you use the GitLab/GitHub SSO option, any user with an account is able to sign up. It'd be great if there was a way to restrict signups to only users who are members of a particular team.3 votes
Currently search clause for fulltext is using "@@" operator for PostgreSQL with tsvector/tsquery. But I would like to use "LIKE" operator with re-generated index for better search using language specific algorithm(e.g. Japanese).
Now search clause template is "@@ %s". I would like to replace it to "LIKE %s" or "LIKE func(%s)".4 votes
Right now the Mattermost native Mac app is using a lot of CPU, pretty consistently over 10%, which seems really high for an app of this type. What could it possibly be doing to use that much CPU? The energy impact is almost up there with known battery drainers like Chrome and Firefox. I know it's a beta, so please consider this some beta-user feedback. Thanks!9 votes
In the browser CTRL+F brings up text search for the page, so propose in the Windows Desktop app CTRL+F brings up Mattermost search pre-filtered to the channel to have a similar effect.
Other than the ability to search a page, the browser and desktop app have almost the same functionality.
Adding this would make the experiences more equivalent, rather than having desktop just slightly degraded.7 votes
Under review by our desktop community: https://github.com/mattermost/desktop/issues/305
I hate having to have multiple repos, one for slack and one for mattermost. Would be nice if post coming in would tell me it's coming from mattermost.1 vote
This feature is really usefull to identify and follow different conversations in a channel.
When you click on a clock, it adds the clock in the beginning of the post (or at the position of the cursor).
When you hover on a clock in a post, it highlights the referring post and the answers to this post.
You can see a demo there : http://sveetch.net/tribune/2 votes
At the moment you have to configure the build environment to build the package. I'd suggest to create one script which will do the job without any configuration on almost all Linux environments.1 vote
Add an option to show and set focus to the window whether there are new messages or mention. To make it possible for a user to surely notice and to react the message.
I had already pull requested this feature. About detail following link.
In my team we start to have a lot of channels.
Some are only for bots telling us the when the database is backed of when someone push on the git.
It could be nice to gather them by theme like "automation" or "tasks"...
Someone suggested to add tags to channels, it's something similar I guess.3 votes
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