thank You very much, Mark!
although, I personally find the forums too complicated.
- post in a forum: that's it, not more. The forum (the name of that specific forum) itself is enough (IMHO)
- maybe we need forums for FMServer, FMGo, Pro, Webpublishing,
when I'm looking for something after a while, an 'expert' category won't help me much, I got a problem with 'Go', then I'll search those forums, etc. And: I have to enter some text to match.
I'm confused with these forums - as said, too complicated. When I find something interesting, I'll bookmark that posting/thread - or copy the content and paste that into my own 'registry'.
'Experts' alone won't help much after a while - experts for Server, Go? What if something becomes interesting but no (or the wrong) category is set?
writing a posting takes quite some time - and on an iOS device this interface here isn't really 'iOS'...
I have to add one thing:
WHen posting on an iPad, one has to scroll more than one screen down to find those additional infos (landscape mode)
Even if i am sure we all appreciate Mark's efforts to increase good UX on this forum, and even if the recent fusion with Forums FileMaker was a stunning success, the actual version of this community forum have a so complicated structure that even months after the big update i am still perplexed when i am navigating on it.
A joke : The confusion about navigation within Discussions, Profile, Streams all their sub-areas is so huge, i think we are about ready to ask for a new "Forum 14 Essentials Certification Exam" with the according mission, in order to get things better .
Expert is useless, what makes an expert? Over half of the users on here think they are Experts. So only experts can ask questions in the expert area but any one can answer? There are some users that can provide helpful information that are not experts, and there are some that consider their self experts that are not.
I agree with Markus, A group for FMGo, FMP and FMS.
Going by product category makes sense. I wouldn't dare posting in an "expert" forum.
Add one for WD, too