June 9, 2022, 7:18pm
I would prefer topics being closed 90 days after the last reply.
No resurfacing of posts from 2015
Shorter threads that don’t change the topic on a span of 5 years
Special threads might break. For example
Camber feedback thread
Creating a new post means to describe the problem again and add links to old posts. (Extra work)
Go Discourse forum as reference.
I like this idea - happy to implement or run a poll to see what everyone thinks
Do your search on latest post,
or if needed move all topics older then… to the yet to be created archived category except the share category (worth keeping), i.o.w. limit the search. An extra button to search through the archive would complete it.
Added my feedback to the other thread, but surfacing it here as well to illustrate the scope of the fragmentation this might lead to.
I have some concerns that this may lead to increased duplication of topics, which is a FAR more difficult issue.
At the moment if you try searching “duplicate view” you get a list of 50+ topics. Which one of those is useful and leads the next person facing this problem to a solution? Who knows as half of them have solutions and the other can’t have multiple solutions so complete solutions are often not readily clear, or entirely exposed.
Right now we take the route of allowing users to ask a c…
Can we get the search engine to return answers by thread with a solution and then sort by date for exemple?