[buddypress-trac] [BuddyPress] #1318: get rid of "A-B-C" directory / "newest", "active" and "popular" / Members, Groups, Blogs

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#1318: get rid of "A-B-C" directory / "newest", "active" and "popular" / Members,
Groups, Blogs
Reporter:  erich73      |       Owner:     
    Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  new
Priority:  major        |   Milestone:  1.2
Keywords:               |  
 So looking at the current pages "Members" (testbp.org/members) and
 "Groups" (testbp.org/groups) , I am currently missing the features
 "newest", "active" and "popular" at those pages.

 We have this at the "Home"-page at the "members column" and also at the
 "groups column", but why not having those features also at the
 "Group"-page and at the "Member"-page ? It would even make good sense
 there, as the number of listed Groups and listed Members at those pages is
 much higher.

 So maybe you are considering similar stuff for the "Blogs"-page
 (testbp.org/blogs) ?
 A user is rather interested to see "newest", "active" and "popular" Blogs
 than a list of Blogs sorted by "A-B-C". Having a list of Blogs being shown
 by "A-B-C" as we do have currently, the user needs to walk through a list
 of hundreds of Blogs in order to find the e.g. "most popular" Blog.

 The same goes for Forums (testbp.org/forums): we currently see "6 Popular
 Group Forums". Why not also showing "newest" and "active" Group-Forums
 within those 6 Group-Forums at the top of the page ?
 Besides that: give the Admin the ability to make 1 Group-Forum within
 those 6 Group-Forums to be "sticky" ?

 See my TRAC-ticket: http://trac.buddypress.org/ticket/1240

 Also sorting "alphabetically" just by "paging" would be fine, the
 "A-B-C"-tabs are not needed after all, as if somebody wants to search for
 all members starting with e.g. the letter "K", he just performs a search
 by entering the letter "K" into the search-box.


Ticket URL: <http://trac.buddypress.org/ticket/1318>
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