🔁

Discussion started , with a comment.
  1. 221e8175b51a9f99c2e2c9b9eff15a02
    Bigosya Armenian (Eastern) Translator with all proofreading rights

    I have a question here. is it the users that "already interacted with the post" (here I understand that as commented/liked/reshared it) or the users whom the post is available(they have access to it)?

  2. 025d3e869f59dba49fdf7cc4b4a1dd9b
    Jonne Haß Manager

    The former, since the latter would be an information leak that's bad for the author (all members of it can figure out what the author considers one peer group/aspect) and for the other recipients (all recipients can start mapping FOAF graphs).


History

  1. No, not currently.
    No, not currently.

    No, not currently.

    changed via the API .
    Copy to clipboard
  2. No, not currently.
    No, not currently.

    No, not currently.

    changed by Jonne Haß via a Batch Operation.
    Copy to clipboard
  3. Nei, em Moment nöd.
    Nei, em Moment nöd.
    changed by Apply55gx .
    Copy to clipboard
  4. Since version 0.7.0.0, yes! You can mention someone in a comment the same way you would do it in a post, by typing “@” and then start typing their name. Please note that when you comment on a post which is not public, you can only mention users who have already interacted with the post.
    Since version 0.7.0.0, yes! You can mention someone in a comment the same way you would do it in a post, by typing “@” and then start typing their name. Please note that when you comment on a post which is not public, you can only mention users who have already interacted with the post.

    Since version 0.7.0.0, yes! You can mention someone in a comment the same way you would do it in a post, by typing @ and then start typing their name. Please note that when you comment on a post which is not public, you can only mention users who have already interacted with the post.

    changed via the API .
    Copy to clipboard
  5. Nei, em Moment nöd.
    Nei, em Moment nöd.
    changed via the API .
    Copy to clipboard
  6.  
    changed by Benjamin Neff via a Batch Operation.
    Copy to clipboard
  7. Since version 0.7.0.0, yes! You can mention someone in a comment the same way you would do it in a post, by typing “@” and then start typing their name. Please note that when you comment on a post which is not public, you can only mention users who have already interacted with the post.
    Since version 0.7.0.0, yes! You can mention someone in a comment the same way you would do it in a post, by typing “@” and then start typing their name. Please note that when you comment on a post which is not public, you can only mention users who have already interacted with the post.

    Since version 0.7.0.0, yes! You can mention someone in a comment the same way you would do it in a post, by typing @ and then start typing their name. Please note that when you comment on a post which is not public, you can only mention users who have already interacted with the post.

    changed by Dennis Schubert via a Batch Operation.
    Copy to clipboard