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TIred of boring messages spread across your board?

Then liven it up by downloading Sticky Notes

Not only can you pick and choose what user groups to show them to, you can even allow your members to send personal sticky notes to other members

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  2. CEO Mark Triggon, previously the chief merchandising officer at Target, laid out his plans to turn around the beleaguered American retailer Bed Bath & Beyond. Part of that plan was reducing the number of can openers from 12 to 3. Sales rose. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Tritton explained how tests conducted in his first few months at the company showed that less is more when it comes to product assortment. “The big takeaway: Selling too many items in stores that are overcrowded leads to ‘purchase paralysis,” Mr. Tritton said. Bed Bath & Beyond exploded across the American landscape in the 1990s and 2000’s with its focus on opening new “big box” stores for home merchandise where it was meant to be a category killer – consumers would shop in stores that offered them anything and everything. It was famous for its floor-to-ceiling options, and a simple trip for a new shower curtain turned into a shopping spree for every room in the home. In recent years though, that approach has soured on consumers. A Business Insider reporter commented on her latest trip, “From our first steps in, the store was overwhelming. There was merchandise packed top to bottom on shelves that lined every wall.” The tides have changed. Consumers are being offered – and overwhelmed – with more choices than ever before. PARADOX OF CHOICE One of the great benefits of the modern web is a proliferation of choice: choice in sprawling ideologies, choice in niche interests, and choice in shopping for thousands of products at a click of a button. All of this, every day. Unfortunately, that abundance of choice can stress and even paralyze our ability to make decisions. Psychologist Barry Schwartz coined the term Paradox of Choice in a 2004 book by the same name, where he advanced the idea that eliminating consumer choices can reduce anxiety for shoppers. In other words, instead of offering 12 options for can openers, offer 3 options. What does this mean for online communities? LESS IS MORE Across the spectrum of communities and forums, some of the biggest critical mistakes are forum creep and feature bloat. New features are mindlessly added thinking it will lead to higher engagement, new forums are added for every conceivable discussion, and design choices are automatically enabled at the default without aligning to your strategy. Your initial goal is to sweep through your entire community and identify the areas that align with your community strategy. For categories and boards that are low-value, low traffic, or not aligned with any strategic objectives, you should aggressively consolidate or eliminate. There’s no hard rule when it comes to design choices, although 7 has been touted as a magic number for short-term human memory. You can use this magic number across a range of design decisions. For example: At most 7 Reactions At most 7 Primary Menu options At most 7 major sections or content hubs THE JAM EXPERIMENT Choice overload can actually lead to less sales. In 2000, psychologists Sheena Iyengar of Columbia University and Mark Lepper of Stanford University led a much-recited study where they presented passerbys at a food market with two tables: one with 24 fruit jams, the other with 6 jams. The one with 24 different jams generated more traffic to sample and taste. But guess which table generated more sales? The other table with fewer jams, which had ten times more purchases! The moral of the story? At junctures of your member journey where you ask users to make a critical decision such as user information when registering, subscriptions, or selling products, don’t be the table with 24 jams to sample, but never able to sell. BIG BOX & SMALL BOX Invision Community offers an interesting approach where you can act like both a “big box” community for your general audience and still offer “small box” cohesiveness for more intimate groups. The feature is called Clubs, which empowers smaller groups to form and split off from the main audience. This is an especially consequential feature for mature and large communities looking to organically cultivate their next generation of engagement. Indeed, this is a trend happening in a large way among next-gen consumers, who are realizing the perils of broadcasting and oversharing. In a 2019 white paper “The New Rules of Social” led by youth creative agency ZAK, nearly two-thirds of the under-30 respondents said they prefer to talk in private message rather than open forums and feeds. Facebook themselves launched head-first towards social groups back in 2016 after the US Presidential election. In a 6,000 word essay called "Building Global Community," Zuckerberg sermonized on the importance of building connections in meaningful groups: Forum administrators on Invision Community have been building meaningful communities since day one. When properly deployed, Clubs will allow you to cultivate – and retain – users in a more focused environment without the distractions of your larger community. CONCLUSION For community managers and forum administrators who have run their Invision Communities for many years, you know first-hand that the power of community doesn’t come from adding another feature, another board, or another category. Happiness and fulfillment come from actually connecting with members, through education, enlightenment, problem solving, and teamwork. Overloading your community with theme options, excess reactions, and overbuilt boards get in the way of your true goal. Become the CEO to reduce the overwhelming options of can openers. Sell more jam by offering less of it. And unfetter yourself from unnecessary choices to discover a clearer connection to your members. Executive Summary Bed Bath & Beyond CEO declutters stores, sales rise Concept of paradox of choice: users can become overwhelmed and stressed when presented with too many options Jam experiment: table with more jams gets more traffic, but table of less jams gets more sales For large and established communities, use Clubs to offer intimate and uncluttered experiences. View the full article
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  4. One of the benefits of using Invision Community as your community platform is that you control and own your data. There are several ways to review this data. One of which is via the Admin Control Panel which offers a suite of statistic views which helps to convert the raw data into something easily understood. However, it's not always easy to determine trends and community sentiment from these singular views. Invision Community 4.5 adds two new interactive views for user and activity statistics. This new 'overview' view not only shows you a snapshot of your community but also allows you to compare time periods. In the video, you can see that I select different date ranges, such as "three months". This shows you the data of that time period, and also compares it against the previous three months. In this example, you can clearly see that we have 50% more registrations and 33% more contributors compared to the previous three month period. Likewise, in this example, you can clearly see that we have a 1200% increase in reactions given with a clear breakdown of the type of reaction given to help understand community sentiment. These interactive displays automatically update, so if you are so inclined, you could leave the statistic pages open and watch as the data changes live. We hope that you find these new views useful in identifying trends and help to inform strategic decisions within your community. View the full article
  5. Invision Community has certainly changed a lot over the years as we've moved through major updates and large user interface changes. While large scale changes offer a dramatic difference, it is sometimes the smaller changes that bring the most satisfaction when using your community daily. This blog entry rounds up some of the UI improvements Invision Community 4.5 brings. Content View Behavior What do you want to happen when you click a topic link? Are you taken to the first comment, the last comment or the first comment you've not read? If you speak to 100 people, I'm pretty sure you'll get a good spread of votes for each. Invision Community has always offered subtle ways to get right to the first unread comment. Our infamous dot or star allows you to do this, but it is so subtle almost no one knows this. Invision Community 4.5 now allows each member to choose (with the AdminCP offering a default). Now everyone wins! Who Reacted? Invision Community has had reactions for a long while now. Although finding out who exactly reacted without clicking the counts has proved irksome. We've fixed that in Invision Community so simply mousing over the reaction icon reveals who reacted. Sign In Anonymously For as long as I can remember, Invision Community has offered an option to sign in anonymously via a checkbox on the login form. However, as we've added faster ways to log in via Facebook, Twitter, Google and more it's become less straight forward to ensure your anonymity. Invision Community 4.5 removes this login preference and moves it to your members' settings. Now your members can resume hiding as they move around your community across multiple logins. Resize Before Uploading One of the most popular requests we've had in recent times is to resize large images before uploading. It's quite likely that your giant full resolution image will be denied when attempting to upload, and it's a bit of a faff to resize it in a photo editor. Invision Community leverages the uploader's ability to resize before uploading, which makes it a much happier experience. Switch Off Automatic Language Detection Invision Community attempts to map your browser's user-agent to a specific language pack. When you visit a site, your browser lets the site know which language our browser is set to (often dictated by your operating system) and we use that to show you the correct language if the community you're visiting has multiple languages installed. However, it might be that you don't want this to happen because although your computer's OS is set to a specific language, it doesn't always follow that is the one you wish to use on a website. Invision Community 4.5 allows this automatic detection to be switched off. Quote Collapse We will finish with another popular feature request; the ability for long quotes to be collapsed, reducing the amount of scrolling one has to do. Quite simply, Invision Community collapses long quotes with an option to expand them to read the entire quote. Thank you to all our customers who have taken the time to leave feedback. As you can see, we do listen and action your feedback. Which change are you looking forward to the most? Let us know below! View the full article
  6. Statistics can help you manage and monitor the direction of your community, giving you valuable insight into how your visitors are interacting with your site and what areas of your community deserve the most of your attention. With the popularity of Clubs in Invision Community, we determined that some statistics aimed at helping administrators review how this feature is being received by their end users were warranted. Club activity statistics overview When accessing the "Club Activity" statistics page in the AdminCP, you will be able to quickly see at a glance which club types are the most popular, see which clubs are gaining the most traction with new signups, and see trends in club creations over time. With the signups chart, you can further filter by one or more specific clubs, and save these filter preferences as new tabs on the chart. See activity across all clubs The "All Club Activity" tab on this page shows you which types of content (topics, images, files, etc.) are most popular across all clubs as an aggregate. If you find that Calendar or Downloads is especially popular throughout clubs then you may wish to promote these features further. Conversely if you find that a certain type of content is not being leveraged, you may wish to promote it, or retire its functionality on your community. Activity by club shows you which clubs are most active You can also view activity per-club, allowing you to identify which of your clubs are the most popular and have the most activity. As with the "Club signups" chart, you can use filters to view just the clubs you are interested in comparing, and save these filters for easy review later on. We hope you find value in these new statistics pages, and that they help you manage the Clubs feature on your site more effectively. View the full article
  7. Since we announced native Invision Community apps for iOS and Android, the response has been incredible. Hundreds of customers registered interest in joining the testing process, and for the initial round we selected around thirty users, roughly split between iOS and Android. Thank you to those testers for their work in reporting issues and providing feedback over the past couple of months. Open Beta I'm pleased to report that we are now ready to begin an open beta of the app, allowing everyone to install it and test it. See below for information on installing the apps. As this is still a testing process, we'd welcome any bug reports or feedback you have. Instructions on doing that can also be found below. The app going into open beta today is essentially a 'white label' version for our own community here. This enables us to test the basic community functionality more widely before we release the free 'multi-community' app that customers will be able to use with their own communities. Already signed up for beta testing via our survey? Thank you! Once we begin testing the multi-community app we will select a new group of testers from those that signed up, and invite them to offer the app to their own users on their own communities. This stage will come once Invision Community 4.5 is released later this year. Installing the app iOS iOS users will need to install TestFlight from the App Store. This is an app provided by Apple that allows developers (such as ourselves) to issue test versions of applications. Once installed, sign up for the beta test by going HERE on your iPhone. Android Android users should go HERE on their device to sign up for the beta. Reporting issues/providing feedback If you would like to report an issue with the app, we are managing issues via a special GitHub repository. You will need a free GitHub account to report new issues, if you don't already have one. Click the Issues tab, then the New Issue button and follow the steps. Please provide as much information as you can. If you'd like to provide feedback via a private channel, or if you have a sensitive bug to report, please email us at a dedicated email address: [email protected] Disclaimers The app you will be installing is a beta version and we offer no guarantees with it. If you are not comfortable using beta software and the inherent risks in doing so, please don't install the app yet. We reserve the right to suspend testing or exclude individual testers at any time if necessary. View the full article
  8. Although we continuously review security within Invision Community, a major release such as 4.5 allows us to be especially proactive when it comes to keeping your community safe. This blog entry outlines several enhancements to improve security in Invision Community 4.5. Password Handling Keeping your member's passwords secure is the simplest way to keep accounts safe and out of the wrong hands, so it makes sense to look at ways to ensure this doesn't happen. Invision Community already uses strong one-way hashing when storing passwords, which means that once the password is stored in the database, there is no way to know the plain text version. However, when creating a new member account via the AdminCP, a random password was created, and this was sent in the welcome email to the new member's email address. As of Invision Community 4.5, this no longer happens, and the new member is invited to create a new password when visiting the community for the first time. Part of your internal security procedures might be to force a reset of all passwords periodically. Invision Community 4.5 allows this on a per-member basis, or via a selection of filters to enforce a reset for many members at once. This clears out any stored password hashes and emails the affected members to remind them to set up a new password. AdminCP Security The Admin Control Panel contains the most powerful tools available to Invision Community. This is already a very secure area with a separate login with an option to add two-factor authentication to the login flow. Part of the session authentication has been a special key in the URL. While we have protection in place to prevent this special key being discoverable by a malicious user, there remains an incredibly remote theoretical chance that this could happen with a series of complicated steps. There was an additional annoyance that you are unable to share links within the AdminCP to members of your team due to the increased protection to keep URLs safe. As of Invision Community 4.5, we have removed the special key from the URL and moved it elsewhere in the session authentication flow. This means that it's impossible to fetch the special key via the URL and links can now be shared and will survive a login action. Text Encryption There are a few areas within Invision Community that we use text encryption to allow us to save data in the database in a format that is encrypted when saved and decrypted when read. This protects you in the incredibly remote event of your own hosting being compromised and your database downloaded (of course, our Community in the Cloud customers do not need to worry about this!) Invision Community 4.5 improves on this encryption by using PHP's built-in methods which give "bank-level" security to our encryption. Security is critical to the success of your community, and we are always proactive in improving security throughout Invision Community. Do you have any comments on this entry? Let us know below! View the full article
  9. The goal of every client here in the Invision peer community, myself included, is to launch and run successful communities. Whether I’m going to be able to achieve that success in the new year depends entirely on trying these 10 steps. I know if that if I stick to these steps, then my community will grow – and I know if you follow along, your community will too. 10. Ignore Google Google makes me laugh; Google makes me cry; Google makes me want to pitch myself into the freezing icy waters of the San Francisco bay. But focusing on Google’s up-and-down volatility isn’t what is going to make my community successful. It’s a distraction, and at worst, a wrong commitment of attention. 9. Remember My Past Sins I’ve made every mistake imaginable – including over-the-top themes, too many customizations, and chasing after dream goals. The very worst is not making a database backup, then losing everything. Most of us came up through the School of Hard Knocks, and we should learn from those experiences. 8. Treat Every Person as Gold Members are the beating heart of your community, and are truly what makes your community special. I’m committed to taking time out every day to message, comment, or reply to 3 new people to cultivate new relationships. 7. Practice x3 Nobody is perfect the first time they try something. Thomas Edison famously stated that he found 10,000 ways for a lightbulb to not work, and 1 way that it did. Whether you’re publishing new content or designing a template, refine it multiple times. 6. Start as a Guest I don’t do this enough and I always find something surprising when I do. Either something is missing, something can be improved, or something is wrong. The guest experience is the very first impression a visitor will have, and it can shape all of his future expectations. 5. Less is More It’s easy to get sidetracked and to let your community get bloated with content and features. It’s better to be amazing in one domain expertise: you offer the most authority, the most trusted content, the latest news, or the most comprehensive overview. Excite members by being the best at what you do. De-emphasize, consolidate, or archive everything else as needed. 4. It’s Not the Feature; Its What the Feature Does It’s easy to think that because IPS ships with a new feature, then you should use it. You don’t. You should always pre-qualify the feature by asking how the feature can help you better engage with your community, how does it engage, and how can you customize the feature even better for your members? 3. Bring Your Superusers Along Even though I invite my superusers into a special private feedback group, I don’t leverage their knowledge, experience, or perspective enough. I recently asked for feedback about a particular feature, and it turns out none of them use it! 2. Experiment & Learn There’s always something new to learn, explore, and implement. It's my personal goal to enrich my personal skillsets in areas like leadership, team building, mentoring, emotional intelligence, organizational behavior, and psychology for more effective community management. On the promotion side, you can learn about email marketing, digital marketing, social media, creating rich media, and more. On the content side, you can always improve your content writing skills, emotive writing, keyword research, and the multiple use of one piece in different formats. 1. Enjoy the Journey For any community admin who sticks with his community for several years, you can get burned out. I know the feeling, and I like to periodically remind myself about what I enjoy running the community. There’s so much to learn and do that it can feel overwhelming, so it’s important to take every day in 2020 one day at a time. View the full article
  10. Every single day, your members are searching your community for answers or interesting conversations to join. Wouldn't it be great if you could learn what is being searched for to identify hot issues, commonly asked questions and discover trends? We thought so too, which is why Invision Community 4.5 comes with search statistics. For the first time, Invision Community gathers anonymized information on what your members are searching for so you can use this to highlight more relevant content and shape strategic decisions with your community's structure. Search statistics help you track searches performed on your community When a member searches, their identity is converted into a unique key that cannot be reversed to identify the member. This allows us to track a single member's search usage over many search sessions without being able to link it to a specific member account. The AdminCP now features a dashboard to review the most popular search terms as well as a raw log of recent searches along with the results they returned. We have a lot of ideas in mind for additional changes down the road with the tracking of popular search terms, but for now, we hope you like the new statistics page and find the information presented useful for your future site plans. View the full article
  11. Version 1.0.2

    Advanced Gift Cards extends the default IPS Gift Card feature Features Select what payment methods to allow for purchasing Gift Cards Select what member groups can buy Gift Cards Allow members to send Gift Cards to other members via PM when purchasing them This will allow members to enter a users name and it will send them the Gift Card as a nice private message Choose a default member to be the PM sender ( Maybe a Admin or bot ) or let the buyer be the PM sender The PM receiver will be the only member who can see the message ( Apart from Admin's, Read below ) the sender of the PM will automatically be removed from the conversation as soon as it's sent to protect the Gift Card's code Enter a minimum amount required for purchasing Gift Cards Allow's you to add custom colours to use for the Gift Card using the stack and colour settings allowing you to add as many colours as you wanted Allow's you to upload and use images as the Gift Card's backgrounds making them even more unique to your site Background images works on all delivery templates for the gift cards Email Print Private Message If you ever delete the image from the settings / your server then the gift cards what have been sent will just show the default gift card colour Allow's you to replace the sites name on the gift cards Use sites name Use sites logo If you don't see this option it is because you have not uploaded a site logo Upload your own logo Choose to use a custom return URL to redirect members to after they purchase a gift card ( Internal URL's only ) Adds a page in the ACP keeping track of all Gift Card purchases with info on it Shows who purchased the Gift Cards Shows the delivery type of the Gift Cards Email Print Private Message If it was sent via Private Message it will show who they sent it to Shows the actual Gift Cards code Shows the Gift Cards value Shows if the Gift Cards has been redeemed Shows who redeemed the Gift Cards Shows the time and date of redemption Allows quick search of the code of the Gift Cards allowing you to check all its progress easily IPSCommerce is required to use this application

    20.00 USD

  12. Advanced Gift Cards extends the default IPS Gift Card feature

    Features

    • Select what payment methods to allow for purchasing Gift Cards
    • Select what member groups can buy Gift Cards
    • Allow members to send Gift Cards to other members via PM when purchasing them
      • This will allow members to enter a users name and it will send them the Gift Card as a nice private message
      • Choose a default member to be the PM sender ( Maybe a Admin or bot ) or let the buyer be the PM sender
      • The PM receiver will be the only member who can see the message ( Apart from Admin's, Read below ) the sender of the PM will automatically be removed from the conversation as soon as it's sent to protect the Gift Card's code
    • Enter a minimum amount required for purchasing Gift Cards
    • Allow's you to add custom colours to use for the Gift Card using the stack and colour settings allowing you to add as many colours as you wanted
    • Allow's you to upload and use images as the Gift Card's backgrounds making them even more unique to your site
      • Background images works on all delivery templates for the gift cards
        • Email
        • Print
        • Private Message
      • If you ever delete the image from the settings / your server then the gift cards what have been sent will just show the default gift card colour
    • Allow's you to replace the sites name on the gift cards
      • Use sites name
      • Use sites logo
        • If you don't see this option it is because you have not uploaded a site logo
      • Upload your own logo
    • Choose to use a custom return URL to redirect members to after they purchase a gift card ( Internal URL's only )
    • Adds a page in the ACP keeping track of all Gift Card purchases with info on it
      • Shows who purchased the Gift Cards
      • Shows the delivery type of the Gift Cards
        • Email
        • Print
        • Private Message
      • If it was sent via Private Message it will show who they sent it to
      • Shows the actual Gift Cards code
      • Shows the Gift Cards value
      • Shows if the Gift Cards has been redeemed
      • Shows who redeemed the Gift Cards
      • Shows the time and date of redemption
      • Allows quick search of the code of the Gift Cards allowing you to check all its progress easily

    IPSCommerce is required to use this application

    20.00 USD

  13. That could work if you would like to send me the quote.
  14. I could make you a add on what will award points based on subscription purchases if you wanted a special request
  15. because only our subscriptions get points. If needed we can pay for a special request since this doesn't really go for everyone.
  16. I'll look into it and see if there is any other ways it could be done
  17. What points are they not receiving? Is it daily points / any rewards etc
  18. Yes exactly. We have members that became mods but were platinum status where they were receiving points because they paid for it. but now because they are moderators they are not getting what they paid for.
  19. If their primary group is a staff one yeah, I would of thought staff groups would be primary to tell them apart
  20. ah so we can't make it where staff get daily points aswell?
  21. yeah it will only award it to their primary group otherwise 1 member could earn multiple different amounts of points
  22. Okay so I have narrowed it down, it seems if the group is a secondary group they will not be awarded the points. Only the primary group.
  23. We have come a long way since the late 90s when someone had the genius idea of using a small yellow smiling face image instead of the more common colon-bracket representation of a smiling face. In Invision Community, there are various places that photography can be used to create visual interest. From uploads in topics, to cover photos for blogs and members. The humble upload field has served these areas well, but sourcing images to use can be a pain; especially when you have to walk the minefield that is copyright and attribution. Fortunately, there are a few "CC0" online stock photo libraries that offer quality photography that requires no attribution and are not hampered by copyrights. One such library is the ever-popular Pixabay, which was established in 2012 and features a very powerful API. Pixabay has over a million images ready to use from llamas to sausages and everything in-between. Invision Community 4.5 now includes support for Pixabay which brings those images to your fingertips (or mouse pointer if you're on a desktop.) This video shows the feature in use. As you can see, not only can you upload into posts from the stock photo library, but you can also use it to add a cover image to your profile and blog entries. Finding quality photography has never been so easy! For those that love technical details, the stock photo picker is a programmatic option on the upload form field type making it very easy to add to your own code and apps. How will you use this new feature? Let me know! View the full article
  24. Ever since Invision Community 4.x was launched you have been asking for the ability to categorize blogs in your community. We heard you load and clear, but sometimes when a feature sounds straightforward, it requires some re-engineering of the framework. Because users in your community can create both blog entries and their own blogs to hold these entries, this was one of those areas. Starting with Invision Community 4.5 I’m pleased to announce that it is now possible for blog authors to categorize their blog entries and it's now possible for administrators to categories blogs. Blog Entry Categories When creating a new blog entry, your members will now be able to create a new category for the entry or choose an existing one that had been created previously. Choosing your category when creating a new blog entry When a reader then visits the blog they can choose to display only those categories that interest them. Filtering by category Blog Categories Running a community where users can create their own blogs, you don’t only need to make sure individual pieces of content are categorized correctly, you also need to make sure the blogs themselves have a logical place. Well guess what? Now you can! As an admin you can now set up predefined categories in the control panel and Blog authors can then choose which one to create their new blog in. Managing blog categories We realize some of you have been waiting a long time to see these changes so we hope you enjoy this and everything else to come in Invision Community 4.5! View the full article
  25. On behalf of the Invision Community staff and company, I'd like to wish our clients and community warm blessings and gratitude for the New Year. We're proud to be the community platform of choice for you and your organization over the past year (or decade!), empowering you and your users with the space to debate, discuss, investigate, solve, innovate and celebrate a shared sense of purpose. The ability to positively touch and connect with the lives of others regardless of location is one of the most transformative benefits of the modern web -- and there's never been a greater demand or need for online communities to connect members in an authentic, branded experience. Your community is the gift that keeps on giving, and we're delighted to be a part of it. Here's a round-up of the 2019's most visited, most commented, and most clicked-on articles from the Invision Community Blog: Invision Community managers use tools like Saved Actions and Auto Moderation to work smarter with 5 of the best time saving features Avoid the Engagement Trap, a never-ending race that measures all the wrong metrics in a community The crowd goes wild in the teaser announcement of the forthcoming mobile apps for iOS and Android Go back in a time machine with a Decade in Review - a celebration and testament to the enduring power of community. Once again, may the magic and wonder of the holiday season stay with you throughout the year! View the full article
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  • By Terrry

    @TheJackal  Thanks, I replied to your PM


  • By TheJackal

    Check your PM


  • By Terrry

    Oops, sorry for the triple message ... 😌


  • By Terrry

    Hi, any news?


  • By Terrry

  • By TheJackal

    You not got it still in PM?


  • By Chubbs

    Okay, where do I send it?


  • By TheJackal

    You can send it to the paypal account if you want and I'll manually approve it again


  • By Chubbs

    no it's just this site

     


  • By TheJackal

    Must be something with your account on there, I just tried with my personal account and it shows up to use the balance


  • By Chubbs

    USD

     


  • By TheJackal

    whats your paypal currency $$$ ?


  • By Chubbs

    but it only does it with this website.


  • By Chubbs

    I do


  • By TheJackal

    do you have a credit / debit card linked to your paypal?



  • By Chubbs

    and it's the card I don't want to use when I have the money in my balance.

     


  • By Chubbs

    tells me I have to use a credit card

    and not my balance.,


  • By TheJackal

    what it happening when your trying to pay? whats the error / refusal message?


  • By Chubbs

    @TheJackal Can I send you the 15 it still isn't letting me pay you via my account balance.


  • By Chubbs

    @thejack


  • By Terrry

    Okay, I'll wait until you're free


  • By TheJackal

    Yes sorry been really busy


  • By Terrry

    Hi, are you all right?


  • By Terrry

    Of course, it is absolutely not urgent. Thank you


  • By TheJackal

    I'll need to check the code etc, I'll be online in a couple of hours so I'll check then


  • By Terrry

    Hi, do you have the opportunity to read my PM? ☺️


  • By TheJackal

    Yeah I am here sorry been busy


  • By Terrry

    @TheJackal Hi are you there?


  • By Terrry

    @TheJackal I answered your PM, and entered a question and suggestion. If you want to read, let me know


  • By TheJackal

    I can give you a link to pay to if needed and I will mark the invoice as paid manually


  • By TheJackal

    Is it maybe the currency?


  • By Chubbs

    I have plenty in my paypal.


  • By TheJackal

    Have you checked you paypal balance? maybe you have pending what'll put your balance below the price of the item?


  • By Chubbs

    in the pay with option

     


  • By Chubbs

    I can only use a card I have on paypal

     


  • By TheJackal

    whats it saying?


  • By Chubbs

    yes, I tried to buy but unfortuanly it won't take my paypal balance :/


  • By TheJackal

     


  • By Chubbs

    Where can we buy the sports betting app at?


  • By TheJackal

    @Terrry check your PM


  • By Terrry

    P.S. Just for information, I made you that request because I use a dark theme of IPSFocus and the nickname of the author and the button for sending, they appear white, with the result that they are almost not seen (in the default theme, yes they visualize well because it's a clear theme) -
    Otherwise to be able to view them, I would have to change the background color of the sticky note, but I like that default yellow color and I wouldn't want to change it


  • By Terrry

    Thanks


  • By TheJackal

    will check it out when I get back online for you mate


  • By Terrry

    Hi, how can I change the color of the author of the sticky note and also the button for the reply?  https://i.ibb.co/SnxRDKT/2020-01-27-152823.png


  • By walterwhite

    Thanks, kind regards


  • By walterwhite

    Hello sir! I did everything but the time delay feature in membersshop plugin does not work. Everything was working fine when I first bought it, but why can't I use it now? Detailed information: When the product is purchased, it automatically purchases. so the time interval I put does not work. I removed the plug and reinstalled it, but it doesn't fix it. My server company said there was no problem with the server.


  • By Terrry

    Of course, thanks. If necessary, I will definitely let you know


  • By TheJackal

    let me know if you want anything else, I can sort you out deals here :D


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