Do we have sub boards feature now ?

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    @esha said in Need help with few community features:

    Export Data

    I tested the forum with postgresql and mongodb and settled on postgresql
    Using padmin 4, you can remotely connect to the database and make backups manually or on a schedule.

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    @gotwf @dogs thank you for sharing the link. These are helpful, however I am looking for basic information on new features/bugs resolved in the latest release in easily understood format/language.

    The notes mentioned in these threads are too technical and code specific.

    Whereas the kind of notes I am looking forward to , is more like the module and related features. For example:

    Dashboard - I would like to know what new features are added in the dashboard.

    Categories/Sub Categories - any new features/upgrades in here.

    If anyone can share this list with me, it would be really helpful.

    Thank you.

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    Also because user was registred/Logged in with SSO
    In Profile password fields are disabled, but user still can change username or email without entering a password (strange)
    I've also posted an issue with Usernames editing on Github
    Strange behavior when "change usernames" is disabled

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    @julian Yeah, that would do it. 😆 I'll have a look at it. See what happens.

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    @frissdiegurke when using document.write you can avoid replacing the whole site, but it cannot be loaded asynchronously aka injected (as it needs to execute immediately on DOM build), which is most likely the case on most NodeBB pages

    @DennisSun if you want to have a dynamic the protocol, or maybe that string at the end, use something like

    <script type="text/javascript"> (function() { var something = '0da233db09b6a0886cd3f9d1a52e64d8'; // or could be dynamically generated, I don't know // build your script tag var script = document.createElement('script'); script.type = 'text/javascript'; // that's useless, browsers ignore it, but whateves script.async = true; script.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://' : 'http://') + '' + something; // google analytics does that, this will find this actually script (unless loaded asynchronously, in that case it would find the last script tag on the page) // it should work in either case // var thisScriptTag = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; // thisScriptTag.parentNode.insertBefore(script, s); // or you can just append it to the head var head = document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0]; head.appendChild(script); })(); </script>