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  2. Bocar

    Lien avec Liste des derniers sujets

    Tu me dis comment il s'installe ton greffon @cybero. Le setup ne donne rien.
  3. Bocar

    Lien avec Liste des derniers sujets

    Merci.
  4. A successful community only needs three core elements to flourish and begin producing results. Your community will require some care and effort to flourish, but with the right strategies in place, you'll ensure that the value your community produces continues to increase as time goes by. Let's take a look at the three elements that make for a successful community. Content Content is the life-blood of any community. Content is what is posted by your members, and by your team. In the early days, you'll need to seed discussions and respond to customers posts regularly. It's important to demonstrate that you're actively involved with the community and encouraging others to post and extend discussions. Over time, user-generated content will begin to propel your community forwards. A great way to bring in new users is to write valuable articles using Pages, or the Blog apps. Writing about issues relevant to your community can help position you as an expert and will be shared widely by your community. You don't have to be an expert writer to create articles. There are free apps such as Grammarly to help polish your prose. A great way to quickly generate new content is to quote other news sources and offer your own commentary. For example, if your community is based around TV shows, right now you could easily create a new article for your site based on Game of Thrones by quoting a small part of two or three existing articles denouncing how the quality of writing on Game of Thrones has slipped and offer your contrasting thoughts. Just remember to link back to the original article and check the source site to make sure they are happy for this to happen. HubSpot has a great article on how to quote without stealing. Traffic To really start building your community, you need a steady flow of visitors from outside sources. The content you create will drive traffic into your community, but it sometimes needs a helping hand. Content from inside established communities can drive millions of impressions a month from search engines. It's worth making sure you're making good use of the built-in SEO tools. We recently performed a thorough review of how Invision Community optimises for SEO including adding features such as lazy loading. It is also a good idea to put your community link in your email signature, and share it widely via social media. A good number of our successful community owners have created a Facebook page, and a Twitter account for their community and share their best content over those social channels. Email is still a very powerful tool for creating an audience. We send out a monthly newsletter here at Invision Community, and articles we share with it are viewed at least four times as much as other articles. Engagement Once you have a steady stream of visitors consuming content on your site, you need to engage them to convert them from a casual visitor to a registered member, and then beyond. The first step is to get your visitor to register. While we recommend you make many forums open for guest viewing, we do recommend that you ask for guests to register before posting. We recently added a new feature called 'Post Before Registering' that allows guests to reply and sign-up in one simple activation flow. Most members initially join for selfish reasons. Perhaps they have a broken iPhone and want to ask for help. Or perhaps they came to ask how to fix a code problem. Generally speaking, they do not join out of altruism and a strong desire to help others. To convert a one-time poster to a regular contributor can take some work. Ensuring the default notifications include email when a new post is made will help encourage the poster to return. You can also tag the member in other discussions you feel may be interesting to them. We recently added a few new engagement features that also showcases other interesting content in notification based emails. Taking the time to welcome the member, and showing them how to access the best from your community can go a long way to making your site stand out. Taking the time to focus on these three core elements will help your community grow and prosper. You may not see overnight results, but over time you will start to see a huge difference in visitors, registrations and returning members. That wraps it up for this article. We'd love to know your thoughts on our suggestions and any strategies that you've used in the past that have worked well. Lire l’article complet
  5. cybero

    Lien avec Liste des derniers sujets

    Je te l'ai posé sur google drive https://drive.google.com/uc?authuser=0&id=1A7oVIH4jmRvtm8kBoN3fFoKMpALRknpw&export=download
  6. Last week
  7. Bocar

    Lien avec Liste des derniers sujets

    Peut-être un problème de droit.
  8. cybero

    Lien avec Liste des derniers sujets

    Hummm curieux, je n'ai pas de soucis Je te la remets ci-dessous customemptypage_1.0.2.tar
  9. cybero

    Lien avec Liste des derniers sujets

    Bonsoir @Bocar La dernière version 1.0.2 est présente dans ce message un peu plus haut
  10. Bocar

    Lien avec Liste des derniers sujets

    Bonjour @cybero. Où est-ce que je peux trouver le lien pour télécharger ce plug-in ? Merci.
  11. cybero

    4.4 Afficher la liste des derniers sujets créés

    Nous avions une demande similaire il y a quelques mois et j'avais développé une petite application (Page dédiée + Widget) Je pense que cela correspond à ton besoin Je te laisse prendre connaissance du sujet suivant
  12. Bocar

    4.4 Afficher la liste des derniers sujets créés

    Bonsoir. Merci pour ces bonnes indications. C'est pour afficher la liste des Derniers Sujets créés dans un ordre défini, pas les derniers messages postés. Néanmoins, je souhaite avoir une page entière dédiée à la liste de ces anciens sujets créés, affichée telle que la page Activité récente par exemple.Cela sans utiliser le plugin "Page". Ça existe déjà dans les outils IPB ? Merci.
  13. Have you ever found yourself muttering "there has to be an easier way" when managing your community? If you have, it's likely that you are not the first person to think that. Invision Community has been refined over nearly two decades, and in that time we've received a lot of feedback from clients running very large and busy sites. We love a short cut, especially when it makes our clients lives easier. There's plenty of time-saving features throughout Invision Community, and here are five of the best. Saved Actions If you routinely perform the same actions to a topic, such as replying before closing it or moving the topic to a different forum, then saved actions will save you a lot of time. Let's look at a practical example. You have a forum where your members can suggest new features for your product. You might choose to move some of these suggestions to another forum to shortlist them for inclusion in a future version, or to discuss further. You also may like to reply thanking the member for their idea, but it's not feasible at this time. Here you would set up two saved actions, one that replies and moves the topic to a specific forum, and one that replies to the topic and closes it for further commenting. Your saved actions are accessible via the moderation menu You and your moderating team can select these saved actions quickly when reading a topic to perform multiple moderation steps in one go. RSS Feeds If your community regularly discusses topics that feature in the latest news, then you can quickly seed these discussions using the RSS feed import tool. Not only can you import almost any public RSS feed into your community, but you also have control over how these topics are displayed, to whom they are attributed to and how the link back to the source article looks. RSS feed import is an often overlooked but handy tool at starting productive discussions without the need to source and post them manually. iCal Feeds The iCal feed can be considered as the sister feature to the RSS Feed Import tool. It works in a very similar way in that it can accept almost any public iCal feed and import events into your community's calendar. This is especially useful if you maintain an event stream outside of the community, but wish to share those events with your members in a native way, or perhaps you already have a calendar product used by your organisation. Using the iCal feed tool to populate your community calendar with key dates relevant to your community can be achieved very quickly. Auto-moderation Moderating a busy community can be a time-consuming task. Trying to review new posts and topics to ensure they meet your community standards as they come in can be daunting. Fortunately, Invision Community has an ace up its sleeve. Auto-moderation allows you to use the power of your community to identify and remove content that does not meet your community standards. The administrator sets up a threshold so that when a specific number of reports for that content item is crossed, the content is hidden. Auto-moderation has a lot of options to configure which we covered in this blog article recently. Group promotion Ensuring your members feel valued and rewarded for their contributions is key to member retention and keeping engagement high. A simple way to reward long term regular contributors is to elevate their permissions. This can mean that they have access to otherwise hidden areas, or they get more allowances in terms of upload space and fewer restrictions. To do this manually would take a significant amount of time. Thankfully, Invision Community has a feature called Group Promotion. This tool allows the administrator to set up specific thresholds such as post count, or time since joining which then move the member into a new group when triggered. This all happens automatically. Just set it up and let it run! We spoke about Group Promotion recently, take a look here to learn more about this feature. How many of you are already using these features, and which ones did we miss off our list? I'd love to know. Lire l’article complet
  14. cybero

    4.4 Afficher la liste des derniers sujets créés

    Bonjour Il existe un bloc qui permet de devrait convenir à ton besoin, il s'appelle Flux des sujets et est configurable à souhait Tu peux le placer en haut, bas, colonne...
  15. Bonjour. Y a-t-il une option ou un greffon permettant d’afficher la liste des derniers sujets créés, de préférence dans l’ordre souhaité. Merci.
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  17. Bocar

    4.3 Onglet Activité

    C'est bien ça la solution. Merci @cybero.
  18. cybero

    4.3 Onglet Activité

    Seule piste pour le moment Dans le PCAdmin, dans les applications, si tu déplies Système et que tu vas dans Promouvoir, clique sur le cadenas en face, les invités ont bien le droit d'accès ? En retirant les droits à cet endroit là j'ai réussi à reproduire ton erreur Je n'ai rien trouvé d'autre 😕
  19. Bocar

    4.3 Onglet Activité

    Désolé pour le sujet. En invité, il n'est pas possible d'y accéder.
  20. cybero

    4.3 Dates disparues sur certains posts

    Je n'appellerai pas cela un défaut, plutôt une mise à jour non encore publiée Tu as dans ce sujet les 2 principales chaînes qui posent problème
  21. cybero

    4.3 Onglet Activité

    Hello, je viens de tester sur ma communauté de test, les invités voient bien le le menu ou le bloc "Nos Choix" Cf https://test.forumenigmes.net/ Est-ce bien cela que tu appelles "Nos messages recommandés" ? Quelle erreur est rencontrée ? A quel moment ? (Il serait préférable de créer un nouveau sujet)
  22. Bocar

    4.3 Dates disparues sur certains posts

    Bonjour. Ce problème de dates qui ne s'affichent pas est donc dû à un défaut de langage pack ? (désolé, je n'ai pas lu le sujet) C'est ce que m'a fait savoir le support d'IPS. Merci pour vos réponses.
  23. Bocar

    4.3 Ergonomie mobile

    Bonjour. Merci pour ces informations utiles. Pour "Éléments cliquables trop rapprochés", quels peuvent-ils être s'il vous plaît ? Car je ne vois pas (qui plus est que je n'ai pas de mobile actuellement à ma disposition). Si c'est par exemple les liens des pages 1 2 3 4 700 d'un sujet, ça va être compliqué d'espacer cela... C'est ça qui est demandé par google ? C'est possible de modifier ces codes de liens trop proches les uns des autres ? Merci.
  24. Bocar

    4.3 Onglet Activité

    Bonjour. Pareillement, peut-on activer "Nos messages recommandés" pour les invités ? Ils ne le voient pas sur mon Forum. J'ai effectué la même procédure que ci-dessus mais il y a l'erreur qui s'affiche pour les Invités. Merci pour l'aide.
  25. cybero

    4.4 4.4 Language pack

    Bonjour Bocar, non il n'existe pas encore Quant aux chaînes de dates oui nous en avons connaissance La plus visible est celle dont on parle dans ce sujet Quelques autres informations:
  26. Bocar

    4.4 4.4 Language pack

    Bonjour. Le langage pack FR existe-t-il pour la version 4.4 ? Ça cause des soucis d'affichage de dates selon IPS. Merci.
  27. Cultivating a strong Sense of Community is a clear goal for community builders. Develop a strong sense of community, and you’ve built a community experience that sparks a more meaningful and connected community that your members will love. A strong sense of community means: An integrated community where members feel personally related An impactful community where a member can influence and be influenced by the group. A fulfilling community where members meet the needs of others and can feel rewarded. A shared community, where users undergo common history, time together, and social experiences. Do you believe you’ve developed a strong sense of community? Follow long as we critically examine the first element in the Sense of Community: Membership. Membership Boundaries of communities have always existed, whether it be neighborhoods, social groups, or online communities. By definition, there are people who belong and people who do not. It’s okay to decline membership to users, thereby providing a more comfortable space for members who are accepted. Here are some time-tested tips from my years of community management that touch upon various attributes of membership: Don’t try to be everything to everyone. It’s far better to be an exclusive community to a smaller, impassioned group of users than to dilute your community for a wide audience. Not everybody deserves to belong, and by intentionally removing irrelevant members, it makes it a more purposeful community for those who can join. Define who should belong, and outline the requirements on your Registration screen and Guest Sign-up widget. Boundaries are walls, but safe walls. Although there’s the pain of rejection and isolation of private communities, it’s offset with the positive benefits of joining. It creates a space where members can feel safe to open up, to feel related to one another, and to feel protected. Reinforce the benefits of joining the community to new members in a welcome message. A new sense of identification. Not only do members join the group, they should develop an extended sense of belonging and identity with the group. The more strongly you can define the sense of belongingness, the more deeply the member will feel connected. There should be a feeling of acceptance, an expectation that one fits in, and a willingness to sacrifice for the group. Create a welcome team that immediately reaches out both publicly and privately, ask how the new member can contribute, and constantly highlight how the community has gone above-and-beyond in members helping members. The higher the boundary, the greater the reward. Personal investment is an important contributor to a member’s feeling of group membership. By working for a membership, a member will feel like he’s earned a place – and that the membership will be more meaningful and valuable. You can ask guests for their accreditations, background, or how they can contribute to the community. The power of symbols. Social groups throughout history have long used symbols, icons, ceremonies, and group language to cultivate a unique sense of identity. These conventions are powerful representations of a group. You can cultivate and write a common language in your Invision Community in large ways and small by uploading unique reactions, changing the language string, and celebrating community-specific holidays and events. As you re-evaluate your community framework with me, take the time to outline what it means to be a member of your community. Defining your membership goes hand-in-hand with defining your purpose. It should touch upon these five attributes of membership: boundaries, emotional safety, sense of belonging, personal investment, and common symbolism. Establish clear distinctions for your community’s membership qualifications, and you’ll be able to develop a deep Sense of Community from the very start of a member’s registration. Share with me and others how you've defined your community's membership in the comments below. I love to hear about other Invision Communities. Joel, Invision Community Advocate and Certified Community Manager Lire l’article complet
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