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Additions and improvements for Paid Feature [Nov. 12th, 2009|02:11 pm]
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We've made some additions and improvements to Notes!

The Notes feature has been added to two action-taking pages:
  • You can now add a Note directly on the Add a friend page - handy if you'd like to mark down where you met them or another name you know them by!
  • On the Ban and unban users page (under Account -> Privacy) you can now add a Note, including to a group of users all banned at the same time (so that next year you won't need to ask yourself "hey, why did I ban these guys?")

Other changes:
  • When you're viewing your existing Notes they're grayed out; click in a field to activate it to change the text (this page can be found from the header by using Profile -> Manage Notes)
  • Changes to editing:
    • When you're going to create a new Note but one already exists, you'll get a warning that you're editing an existing Note
    • You can now delete a note from the "Edit note" pop-up in the hover menu
    • You can now delete notes for multiple selected users on the Manage notes page
    • When you change Notes on "Ban|unban users" page, they can be edited and saved with "Save Changes" button

[User Picture]From: ron_newman
2009-11-13 06:55 am (UTC)
I'm a Permanent Member and a manager of the davis_square community, but I don't see a way to put Notes next to our banned users.

Edited at 2009-11-13 06:56 am (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: feetnotes
2009-11-13 11:18 am (UTC)

an oversight by livejournal - ?

this sounds like it's probably an oversight - and rectifiable by lj, if some maintainer convinces them of the usefulness of it.

would you say that communities created/maintained by non-paid members should also get notes, because they're useful and paid members use them, too - or that they shouldn't, because it gives a "paid members' perk" to any non-paid member, who opens a community? (though not to their own journal, of course)

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