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More information under the avatar

Thomas, hello!

I removed the @username function and there was very little information about the user. It is desirable to do more, then other users will understand with whom they communicate. First of all, it is desirable to add a user rating under the avatar (the best is probably to calculate it - the number of likes minus the number of dislikes. Then bad interlocutors will show with a negative rating)
As an example, a forum with a lot of information under the avatar: https://mosmasterremont.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?t=326
1. Number of messages
2. Registration date
3. City of residence (or country)
4. Profession
5 and 6 He thanked, thanked him (Can be combined into one - The final result of likes and dislikes)

Below them are icons: send a private message, send an email, a personal website.

Administrators and moderators are separately highlighted with inscriptions immediately under the avatar and pompous picture 🙂

Thomas, think over my proposal, maybe add something to your forum.

Thomas, CMS PHPbb is considered one of the best for forums, there are so many useful features. But unfortunately it is outdated. Let me, I will gradually offer interesting (in my opinion) additions. Something can be added to asgaros. If you are interested in some functions, I can send out plugins that implement these functions in PHPbb.

Hello @erenbur

Currently I only show as much information as necessary to not overload users with information. Maybe I add additional optional settings for this in the future, but I cannot tell you yet when this happen.

As a workaround, the asgarosforum_after_post_author hook can be used to add custom-content to the lower author-area. Here is an example to show the register-date which must get added to the themes functions.php file:

function after_author($author_id, $author_posts) {
  global $asgarosforum;
  $userData = $asgarosforum->profile->get_user_data($author_id);

  echo '<br>';
  echo 'Register Date:<br>';
  echo $userData->user_registered;
}
add_action('asgarosforum_after_post_author', 'after_author', 10, 2);

 

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Thomas, hello!

I offer options, but they are not mandatory guidelines for action and implementation of these functions in your forum. I consider them as suggestions that you may like and some you will include in the further development of the plugin.
There are many more ideas, I will gradually offer them.

Yes, I know! 🙂

I am happy for every feedback and suggestion because they help so much to improve the plugin! A lot of them will find their way into the plugin sooner or later, but I cant promise this for every idea because its important to keep a good balance between keeping something simple and offer much functionality.

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Hi @asgaros

How about a photo gallery?

Thomas, but at least add user rating under the avatar. When users communicate in a forum among themselves, it is important to understand the level of the interlocutor. This can be understood by rating, date of registration on the forum and the number of posts. Now you have to look in the profile with whom you communicate.

Hello @erenbur

With rating do you mean some kind of level-system based on the number of posts an user made or do you mean the percentage/number of positive likes he received for his posts?

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You can make a rating of the amount of likes minus the amount of dislikes. It turns out a simple rating, which can go into the negative, if the user does not like other forum participants.
You can make a more complex ranking formula by adding the number of posts to the calculation. But here I can not offer an exact calculation formula.
Or, alternatively, make the registration date for the avatar, the number of posts and the rating of the likes, minus the message. Something like this 🙂 These are all not completely finalized thoughts. Maybe you better come up with me.

Hello @erenbur

Some good ideas! Rank-systems (based on the amount of posts) are also very popular in other forum-systems. I think something like this I can add in a future update.

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