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give option to delete all trace of the message deleted, or replace with "this message was deleted" text. Right now, if you want to delete your last message, you have to his up arrow, cmd-a, delete, enter, enter (to delete), then click on the X5 votes
We were having an issue that was causing Mattermost to continually crash for no apparently reason. Nothing was consistent in the log files, debug didn't give enough information, heck I even did an strace on the PID and wasn't able to get anything useful. A Trace option should include DB calls, perhaps a transaction ID to link the API call to the DB call...1 vote
from https://github.com/mattermost/platform/issues/1981, Currently you have to click a button in order to select and image, and it has to be a rectangular image already. Instead, it makes sense to do things more like twitter or flickr, where you can either click-to-browse or just drag-and-drop an image onto the UI, and then the UI gives you the option to crop and scale, so you can pick any image and then just select the rectangular subsection you want to have act as your profile picture.13 votes
When users create new channels, there currently seems to be no notification emails send to administrators neither when a new channel is added nor who this channel added. This prevents administrators from being informed proactively about misbehaviours of users (i.e. if users create non corporate/private information exchanges on the system). A moderator feature would be very appreciated to help the IT securing itself and not having to explain the CEO why there is a public channel for exchanging illegal content, for example.9 votes
Secure direct messages (and may be messages in private groups) using TextSecure/Axolotl algorithms. Unlike OTR protocol this will enable sending secure offline messages. I think TextSecure library could be used https://github.com/janimo/textsecure17 votes
In corporate Environments often closed discussions take place between persons whose users already exist within predefined ldap groups. For Mattermost it would make sense to authorize users for private channels using such existing ldap groups.2 votes
In corporate environments it is sometimes necessary on legal grounds to check an employees communication. Usually the management asks the IT therefor to deliver ones communication. Currently an administrator is neither able to view the existing private chats from any user nor is there an export function to extract all users content from the database5 votes
email notifications for new messages and for channel joins look alike and have a similar email notification subject
This behaviour leads to that one could not see at first sight which type of message the notification was for, because the email subject is always "New Mention on...".
It would be more informating and appropriate to choose a email subject that makes clear at first sight which kind of mention the notification is about. (channel join, user disabling, mention, etc)
In my opinion a channel join is no mention in sense of a new message. There is a difference between a new message and other System activities and this should be clear withing the notification email.
Maybe ist reasonable…1 vote
It's a pain to deal with many scattered logfiles, so syslog support would be a welcome alternative.
The only extra configuration despite enabling, and the loglevel should be the syslog facility.
The problem of the current situation is, that an administrator yet is only able to set an user account status to "inactive". This means more a disabling of the user, because the user is in no longer able to log in. In fact, he is locked out.
It would be more appropriate to rename the status "inactive" to "disabled".
A new status "inactive" should be introduced where a user is in fact using the featureset of a "team edition". No license is acuired for this user and he doesn't get any push notifications anymore until he logs in again. By…2 votes
In 2015, GitHub user titanous proposed adding support for more than one instance of the API server. (https://github.com/mattermost/platform/issues/402) It was suggested that it would be added before the 1.0 release, but the issue has since been closed without any changes. Since I didn't see this feature requested in this forum, I thought I would post it so that the community can vote on it.
I work with a team of five, all of whom have personal servers, one of which hosts our Mattermost instance. It would be useful for us if we could host as many as five…7 votes
Currently, the channel list will show 'More...' as the last item in the list.
If there are no further channels created in the team, then this item performs no function other than to confuse users. New channels are obviously created by using the '+' icon at the top of the channel list.5 votes
posted in http://forum.mattermost.org/t/marking-posts-with-the-user-who-posted-it/912, was told to post it here instead:
I've been playing with mattermost a bit and noticed that posts are not currently marked as having been posted by a specific user - the only element inside a post that identifies the poster is the UserProfile component deep inside the post component tree, so it would be very nice if a component tagged its top with a class like "post__wrapper " for easy chat log filtering: some things that this would unlock:
- hard/soft ignore lists
- hard/soft 'never miss...' lists
- hiding everyone-but-X posts to find information in the backlog
from https://github.com/mattermost/platform/issues/1983, While it can be nice to have links to images, youtube videos, etc. that display inline autoexpand to the media that they link to, it would be extremely useful to have a way to turn that off, so that you just get a link instead of losing a massive amount of chat because of the inline media block.1 vote
We tend to use the channels in two different ways. Some channels are for chat; a stream of short messages. Other channels have more in-depth messages (like explanations, articles, meeting notes, etc.). In those latter channels, to communication focuses less on a single stream, and more on the replies.
Currently Mattermost solely focuses on chat streams (chat mode), having replies as an option (literally on the side).
I want to suggest an extra mode: topic mode. It differs from the chat mode in the sense that:
- The main might only show the topics (first level messages), not the replies.…18 votes
It would be awesome to have a way to integrate easily with Lita on Mattermost.18 votes
Some of us prefer nano over vi. It can't be that big of a deal to include nano in the container, can it?1 vote
Similar to per-channel desktop notification controls, I'd like the option to disable email notifications on a per channel basis. A good use case for this is our Git repo web hook: I don't need an email telling me I pushed commits to the repository (currently the author name generates a mention notification).
My original forum post might provide additional context.9 votes
My Feature Idea:
Open a Preview of the posted IMG or PDF and comment on specific elements. (For Design Teams like the feature in InVision)
Example: Comment on the button on the left side because it looks too small.
I love Mattermost and plan to integrate it in our workflow :)3 votes
Mattermost should support regular IRC clients. A bridge require you to host an entire separate IRC server just for a couple of IRC clients, unless you want to give control to an IRC network. In addition, a bridge per definition is hackish. People speaking are not in the userlist, private messages are impossible etc.6 votes
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