Invert the flow (discussion) to read top-down, not bottom-up. Most social media sites post updates at top of screen.
Invert the flow (discussion) to read top-down, not bottom-up. Most social media sites, Twitter/Facebook and email utilities post new updates at top of screen. Your inbox shows activity top-down, why not add this functionality to new posts to load top-down? Can this be set as a user preference to read top-down or bottom-up? The default seems cumbersome.1 vote
As someone who frequently uses and created chatbot (Hubot) commands for use with Flowdock, I would love the ability to reply to a Flowdock thread from the Hubot Adapter. This is useful when replying to a thread after a period of time (ex. after a build finishes) so that the entire msg context doesn't need to be stored so it can be used with the messageRoom function. Basically, would like a messageThread function.1 vote
Several times I've almost uploaded something to the Mac Client that I didn't want to, whether it be an errant drag and drop where I let go of the touchpad too soon or at the last minute I realize "opps, didn't want to upload that screen shot". A simple yes/no dialog confirming you do in fact want to upload [filename].1 vote
Sometimes I only want to search FD sites for posts done for people and don't want to include all the Integrations posts.
Some other times I want to search across both posts and Integrations.
It would be great if the search capability had checkboxes to support this because it would help me find what I'm looking for more efficiently.1 vote
For example, some flows are dev ops flows, or flows where people need feedback from the team ASAP, so being push-notified is great, whereas other flows have a lot of chatter and I might only want to be notified if I'm mentioned.0 votes
I want to see if Mike is online. Instead of @Mike are you here?
how about something like
That would show if he's logged in and when was last active in the flow without cluttering up the flow for everyone.0 votes
Would be nice if we could have a @ya'll keyword that functioned the same as @everyone0 votes
It would be great to be able to add the guests (by link) to the flow, as it does in hipchat for example.
It will help to communicate for 3rd companies support by inviting them to some discussion on the flow.0 votes
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