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Hi Jeff, I also wish to have this feature... however, I agree team and direct messages have to stay secure.  The post move is a great idea, so that posts are easier to be relocated in less cluttered post tabs of the proper forums. 

I would like to also see it possible for admins only to move any chat comment from one forum "chat tab" to another, to help new people that don't understand the forum structure we have, and to clean up the chat logs.  I don't see a need in teams, direct messages, nor comments in posts personally for our uses.  What it really boils down to is newer people talking about everything in one forum, so I can A. move the chat, and then get the newer member to use the forum structure better.  Then there is the occasional run of babble from any of us that needs to be moved to our _NonBiz_ChitChat forum.

I suppose it could basically allow any link, that's a logical derivation. I wasn't thinking that far, as I was thinking you could minimize the assortment of "allowed" links to things like glip, gotomeeting, and [cough] even slack.

You would be able to limit to the sites that you as a team feel comfortable with giving service. I was also thinking that if you had limited the accessibility to only known trusted competitors' login screens, you shouldn't have to have an overly secure browser as a result. I suppose the UI for this would exist in the login screen for organizations. If it were me developing, I would limit this function to only the "View All Organizations" function from the EDIT menu, and then you would only be able to access foreign services through the "PLUS" + sign at the top of Organizations list. This would force you to have a main Ryver account to begin, and the other companies can only be secondary at best. Then to select this feature a drop down would be used to lead people to only the allowed links, disallowing a manual typing in of a link. (Also, likely you need a disclaimer that functionality of 3rd party companies are not guaranteed and Ryver is not responsible for the dealings with these companies or what happens when logged in through Ryver's organization list.)

Of course, if people are using the Ryver web app, I am not sure this helps anyone as you can just have tabs open. However, if I am in the Ryver PC desktop app, then I would basically have organizations available that work like a web browser. I imagine this would be a tough feature to add to phone app.

Convoluted? I don't know, was an idea I had based on my daily usage of such software. Independent workers like myself rely on networking to stay busy, and you can never have enough networking and never enough efficiency of networking. So, obviously unlike my normal posts to Ryver's feedback and Echo, this idea is somewhat unrelated to anything Ryver already does, and I understand if the complexity is too great.

Notice some headway is happening, and usage of these keys are in post-stream and post portion of forums now. These buttons seem to be supported in more places, thanks. But still not in the Chat portion of a forum. :)

Adding to the complaint:
-On the phone app when my team shares code snippets in posts, the wordwrap makes them very very long for scrolling to get to the comments section, taking what is tedious on desktop to impossible on the phone. If you minimize the post you also minimize the comments on the post, so you must do the scroll-fest to get to the comment blog.