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    fjarlq supported this idea  · 
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    fjarlq commented  · 

    This is an excellent idea, and if I hadn't already spent my votes elsewhere, I would vote for this.

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    fjarlq commented  · 

    There are at least two kinds of notifications that I would like the option to disable:

    1) The visual notification text that "a user is typing..."

    2) The audio beep notifications whenever a message is received (even when Mattermost is my foreground app and I'm actively using it)

    In general, all the possible notifications of events should be optionally controllable for users that prefer to minimize distractions.

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    fjarlq commented  · 

    This feature would raise privacy issues. Sometimes, users prefer to lurk and not reveal their presence or activity.

    For example, in iOS the Messages > Send Read Receipts option is off by default.

    Therefore, if this feature is implemented, I think it should come with privacy controls and reasonable defaults.

    That said, I would not object to this feature being used by willing participants, of course!

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