Changes since last update
I found the vote and flag rules were a little bit confusing when combined in the same page especially when you have to also choose between incoming vote, outgoing vote, incoming flag, outgoing flag etc... So I changed it into four separate forms:
- vote issued
- vote received
- flag issued
- flag received
Not only did it simplified the view for the user but it was also easier to code and add a descriptive text to the forms.
A form is now created to setup a rule for content creation. This rule will trigger a notification whenever the specified author creates a new content (post or comment).
The last form allows rule for comments on a user posts. Here you can specify a list of authors you want to monitor. You will receive a GINABot notification whenever those authors receive a comment on one of their posts. The author could be yourself or another steemian.
That's it for this time.
Previously on my blog:
- Witness Earnings Weekly Report - 2019-10-14
- Update on GINAbot new Web Portal development - 2019-10-09
- Inactive and outdated Witnesses
- Working on a new version of GINAbot web portal
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