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Feature #19592: Groups Page Re-Design

Move group "Manage > Social Media Accounts" settings to group "Manage > Details" page

Added by Raymond Hoh about 1 month ago. Updated 27 days ago.

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Testing Required
Priority name:
Normal
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Category name:
Groups (misc)
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Start date:
2024-04-19
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Description

As per the group redesign mockups, the group "Manage > Social Media Accounts" page is going to merge into the group "Manage > Details" page.

The settings from the "Manage > Social Media Accounts" page belong to the `bp-groups-social-media` plugin created by Dan awhile ago. The mockups call for a simpler interface compared to the current Social Media Accounts admin UI.

Boone, I'm tentatively assigning this to you, but feel free to assign it back to me if you have other things to work on.


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Groups - Manage - Details.png (672 KB) Groups - Manage - Details.png Raymond Hoh, 2024-04-19 01:43 PM
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Updated by Boone Gorges 27 days ago

  • Status changed from New to Testing Required

Thanks for the ping on this, Ray. A first implementation is in https://github.com/cuny-academic-commons/cac/commit/e44fa1b7376fc2eacde43d37c09d222050109cd7 and is ready for testing on cdev.

I decided to eliminate the bp-groups-social-media plugin altogether. (it's still in the codebase for reference until this ticket is resolved.) The new plugin supports the old data format, which allowed you to enter URLs or usernames, depending on the service. But there's some JS in the new editing interface that encourages the use of full URLs. So if you enter 'boone' into the Twitter field, on blur it'll validate and swap out with https://twitter.com/boone.

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