More notification settings please
@Strawman I'm not sure if this is under consideration already. I would find use if there were multiple options for notifications when following companies or members. If straws, posts and trades could be broken out (i.e. toggled on/off so they don't show up in your notification feed), for example. Some companies I follow to see what the discussions are but have less interest in the trading. In other cases, some members have interesting trade habits worth following.
I wouldn't think this is a huge feat of tech coding. So in case it's not yet been covered, what's thoughts on this? Cheers
Could we possibly have a new section on the landing page of each company that could provide the link to any previous Strawman meetings we have had with that company?
@Strawman I'm not sure how many affiliate platforms / member discounts that you plan on offering through Strawman (eg Sharesight, Australian Shareholders Association), but after the recent forum thread on sharesight, I thought it may be worth having a separate page when these can be listed so that information isn't lost in the forums where it is posted. This would mean that members could find the sign-on discounts to get the benefits of the services that you have chosen to partner with and if there is some incentive for Strawman, then you would likely get an increased conversion rate as well.
@Bear77 Thanks for pulling the set of book/reading links together.
On a related note, the primitive forum search function which only searches forum topic titles rather than the content of the posts within each forum topic is a significant annoyance that directly leads to the scattering of related content across multiple forum threads or duplication of forum thread topics. I'd also vote for the top menu search function to grow forum and company meetings search visibility in addition to member + company search, and for search results to be grouped across each area of the site (company, member, meetings and forum) to further improve content discoverability.
Search can be tricky to do well so I definitely cut @Strawman and the dev team a bunch of slack here, but it would be super useful if the dev team could work to improve search and content discoverability functionality.