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I have been using Atlassian Community for 3 years now. (Including my company profile)
It has been quite a while now but I don't see an app for Atlassian Community by Atlassian.
Don't you think it becomes quite a rusty way to access the Atlassian Community webpage or to check the answers/questions/discussions you are involved in or you want to be involved in again and again on the browser?
I think it's high time for Atlassian to think about giving an app to this community for their betterment and ease of access to the questions/Answers and discussions and everything available to us on the webpage.
Let me know in the comments what you guys think about it? What can be the extra features which we may (as a community member/leader) look for in the app?
Hi @Nic Brough -Adaptavist- ,
Your opinion is respected and appreciated. And thanks for bringing in knowledge(I was not knowing about Khoros honestly) to the post.
I had a question here, what more rights can be given and on what conditions to the people for a particular post?
You just mentioned the leaders have some moderation rights.
I'm not sure, I've always had moderation rights. I can (but rarely do) edit other people's posts. I can delete some types of post (I never do that), move posts to different places, and mark suspected spam. Plus I can get into the list of things the anti-spam bots, and other leaders have flagged, and pull the items out back into public. There are a few places I know I can use that others can't see. The three I'm aware of are the collection of articles for leaders, the list of abuse reports, and the "removed posts" area where we move duplicates or suspect posts too.
Also, I'd just like to add a point and the Community is open to adding more suggestions as and when they come up with: