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CrazyEngineers Updated: Have you noticed the changes?

In the version 1.0.1, we have fixed a few functional and design bugs and brought a couple of new features.
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Ankita Katdare · 19 February, 2019
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CrazyEngineers just got updated, and we're calling it version 1.0.1. You can see the version information in the footer, just below CE's logo. 

Bug Fixes:

  1. Reply functionality has been fixed - it now prevents double-posting. Give it a try!
  2. Social sharing buttons now appear correctly below discussions and news articles.
  3. Profile settings now save middle-name properly. 
  4. Layout fixes - the layout now supports more devices than ever. Please help us test it. 
  5. GDPR related updates to privacy policy and ToS. Disclaimer: We're still working on achieving 100% compatibility. 
  6. Trending news now appears correctly.
  7. Pagination has been fixed. It's now better and more intuitive.
  8. Profile image upload issue solved. 
  9. Improved '@mentions' for users. 
  10. Editor related issues. 
  11. Relative time everywhere (on Discussions and News)
  12. General design related bug fixes.

New Features: 

  1. Flash Notifications: We now provide a visual feedback for the important actions like New Discussion Created or Edited, New Reply Created or Edited etc.
  2. Discussions list now shows - 1. Who updated the discussion 2. Direct link to the last reply on the discussion. 

...more coming soon! Let us know your feedback below.

Comments, Feedback and Questions

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Yes, it's coming in an upcoming update. We are rethinking "Discussions" - as it continues to be one of the core apps on CrazyEngineers. We'll make a separate blog post on CrazyEngineers. 

I notice that fairly open soliciting posts are happening, though not too frequently. I know that major things are happening. Some kind of facility for reporting such posts would help.

A poster gets a notification when some activity happens on the post. Maybe a notification can be removed once it seen by the poster. Would this reduce load on the storage space?