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[INVISION COMMUNITY INSIDER] Invision Community 5: The story so far...


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Just six short weeks ago, Ehren hit record on a video that changed everything for Invision Community.

The blog was called "Introducing a fresh new vision for Invision Community 5," and it ripped up the rule book on what forums should look like and revealed a slick new look featuring a new forum home feed view and sidebar navigation.

A lot has been discussed, but we're not even close to done!

Before we bring you news of more features after Thanksgiving, I wanted to take a mid-season break to recap what we've seen so far.

First up was the introduction video, which gave a broad overview of the new UI Invision Community 5 would be sporting. Ehren takes us through many new elements, including the sidebar navigation, forum feed view, simplified post view and more.

 

 

Up next was a focus on dark mode, accessibility and mobile views. Invision Community 5 features the ability to have native dark mode without additional themes or complex variables to set up. Our aim with Invision Community 5 is to hide the complexities and technology and just let you focus on creating a great community experience for your audience.

 

 

Bringing complex theming to everyone was the message in the blog talking about the new theme editor. Now, you can make wide-ranging changes to your theme without the need to edit CSS or manage HTML templates, all driven by a smart and simple interface.

 

 

Next, it was my turn to talk about a new feature. I introduced two new features designed to help those who run support-based communities. Finding the most helpful answers and identifying community experts help your members do more with less time and frustration.

 

 

Last week, Ehren demonstrated our new icon and badge builder, which is an amazingly powerful tool to produce slick and professional badges along with the ability to customize your community further with emojis and icons for menus, reactions and more. Building ways to reduce the barrier to customization has been a strong theme for Invision Community 5.

 

 

Phew!

We can all agree that we've showcased a lot of impressive functionality coming with Invision Community 5 already.

But what does the future hold?

Lots! We have a lot of new functionality that we're putting the finishing touches on, and we can't wait to show you more. These new features further help to reduce noise in topics, make the community feel alive and bring long-needed updates to core components such as the editor. Not to mention, there is a significant update to Pages underway.

We also have a lot of less flashy updates, such as the new consolidated Feature/Our Picks feature, which is now a single feature.

 

 

An improved Moderators Control Panel brings a more uniform experience across deleted, hidden, and content waiting to be approved.

 

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We're still on course for a release of Invision Community in early 2024 and can't wait for you to experience the future of forums.

What has been your favourite feature so far? I'd love to know; drop a comment below!


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