I would like you to add the option to be able to schedule posts to be published, for example, 1 week, 1 month, or a few days later, and if you apply it to ALL wikis, the better.
What's on your mind?
Will there be new features aside from Interactive Maps?
Like, there could be code to change an article (or piece of article) depending on whether a user is on light or dark mode, like if a image is too dark to see in dark mode it could be lightened via. this code.
Personally I feel that this would increase visibility in images, as I sort of thought of it when I saw dark numeral icons on dark mode when I was reading an article on Numeralpedia.
The feature I am suggesting is a feature that can add/remove default user groups. I am busy, and I do not have enough time to constantly monitor my wiki, so I want to make every user in the rollback user group. When a user is in the rollback group, they have access to a special rollback tool which is not too powerful. The wiki I want to change the default user group for is https://boddle-learning.fandom.com.
Can ANY Fandom staff member explain why I have a social log in the reported posts, because I "don't have permission to social log"? There's only one reason it said, but if my user rights are admin and bureaucrat in a couple of wikis I watch or own, why does the social log appear if I don't have any user rights that involves with the entire Fandom community? I want answers please. Thank you.
So on a wiki where I'm a mod, this new "Logs" logo shows up...
However, when I click on it...
Maybe add something that lets you change your vote in a poll, that would help, bc sometimes I click the wrong vote and I can’t change it.
Sometimes when I edit an autogenerated template for the first time, I am prompted to assign it to a category. After I assign the category, fix the template to match the wiki's style, then publish the changes, the assignment goes back to "Unclassified." The only way to fix the error is to open up the dialog box outside of editing mode, press "k," and assign it without editing the page.
This never happened to me on other wikis, so I think this is the fault of recent updates to FANDOM. When will this be fixed?
I’ve been seeing ads on pages recently. Can you guys add an in-app purchase to fully remove ads?
How do I go back to PC mode on PC? I switched to mobile to check it out and there seems to be no way to go back.
i just wanna highlight something i dont wanna search it
can i disable this somehow
I know someone else posted recently about getting logged out unexpectedly and it just happened to me a few minutes ago. One thing I noticed though is that there now seems to be an option to login with an Apple ID. I am almost certain that wasn't there before (as in 30 minutes or so ago) when I last logged in. When I try to login using incognito/private browsing, it isn't there either. Is this something Fandom announced? It seems the last Discussions technical update was back in February and a quick search of Community Central didn't bring up anything about Apple IDs.
Edit: It seems odd I would coincidentally get logged out the same time a new login method is added. I am thinking maybe the logout is related to some updated they had to make to add the Apple ID option?
Admins and content moderators should be able to protect certain sections of a page instead of only being able to protect the entire page.
There's a page in a wiki I'm part of that has had edit warring in a certain section, however a different section of the same page is updated on a daily basis, usually by regular contributors. One solution that currently exists is to protect the page then put the section that's updated daily into an unprotected template, but this may be confusing for newer editors that don't know what a template is. The other solution that currently exists (that I know of) is to have admins and content moderators update the page daily until the edit war has calmed down, but that would be inconvenient for them and would leave the page outdated for longer since there are less admins and content moderators than total contributors.
It would be simpler to allow admins and content moderators to protect certain sections of a page, so they can protect the section with edit warring and allow contributors to update the other section that requires daily edits.
Why isn't there any dark mode yet?
The low contrast text on white background gets really difficult to read.
What if you had disabled your account, but want to un-disable it 30 days later?
I think Fandom should add an "un-disable" account for disabled accounts 30+ days old.
Because if a person isnt interested in Fandom anymore when they disabled it, but a month later, they started gaining interest in Fandom again and want to un-disable their account.
Why is my Bio so tiny now? I honestly hate it.
I can barely edit anything.
If I want a layout, I can't get it because of it... And other people are angry about it too. I was talking to Lady Lostris (Wiki Representative/SOAP) about it, and she said, "Idk, it seems to show up in a normal font size to me when I visit your profile."
I dunno if she understood... Can anyone tell me why, or is there some way it can go back to the way it was?