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polarkernel just installed some new, related features:

1. Registered users with unread notifications will see when logged in
a yellow counter in the PO favicon of each browser tab containing a 
PO page. It will disappear upon having marked all notifications as read,
and will be updated (in 5 minute intervals) when new notifications come 
in.

2. There is now a list with recent events, accessible from a button 
'Events' to the left of the already existing button 'Featured!' on top 
of each page. It shows the most important recent activities (up to 50 
days in the past). For registered users, new items are marked by a 
triangle; older marks can be cleared by pressing the unmark button at 
the top of recent event pages containing a marker. 

3. For registered users, the top left line of each page, at the button 
where History/Notifications used to be, there are now 3 possibilities:
- If an unread notification exists, the button is yellow, displays the 
  number of notifications, and points to the Notification list.
- Otherwise, if a marked recent event exists, the button is green, 
displays the number of marked recent event , and points to the Events 
list.
- Otherwise, the button is white, labelled History, and points to the 
History list.

Thank you, polarkernel!

asked Dec 4, 2016 in Announcements by Arnold Neumaier (12,570 points) [ no revision ]

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