80 votesAdminEvgeny Zaritovskiy (VP Technology of Wild Apricot by Personify, Wild Apricot by Personify) responded
I’m making this not just about events, but other lists too – this is a common usability problem.
holding place in member list
I am going through a list of lapsed members via the Members/List/AdvancedSearch. Once I finish page 1 and start on page 2, each time I click Back, the server takes me to the top of page 1, so I have scroll down, choose page 2, and then resume scrolling down the correct page. And even on page 1, after each account view, Back takes me to the top of the page list, so I have to remember which account I was one, a real challenge when there are several with the same last name. I see an old post about this, marked resolved in release 4.4 but it seems not to be resolved in the current (July 2016) version. Huh?
This would be a useful feature every time we have a new secretary or editor or member of the tiny part-time management staff.
Back in the monochrome screen days, I ran a Unix-based Novell network. Like MS-DOS but better, its OS allowed assigning the classic rights to individuals folder-by-folder or more broadly -- by typing commands. The current WildApricot interface is superior to that. More, I'd like to give a newbie the rights to look around, comparing our reality with the tutorials, and to mess around as web editor in an admins-only sandbox. As it stands, I can do one or the other. TIP: You can go back and forth, changing your trainee's rights in moments.
Make it easy to successfully paste a URL that contains an anchor (.../sample#anchor) in the Link tool to avoid having to detail edit in html.Anonymous shared this idea ·