Re: Your Subscribers -> View screen enhancements

From: Mary Ann Kelley <maryann@thehomeschoolmom.com>
Subject: Re: Your Subscribers -> View screen enhancements
In-Reply-To: Your Subscribers -&gt; View screen enhancements
Date: February 1st 2012

This looks great. Love the ability sort columns, and any improvement to the user interface is helpful. Is it possible to be able to toggle back and forth between the tabs without the entire page reloading between each? That takes a lot of time if you are working changes into one of the tabs. Also, if you make a change to authorized senders, when the page reloads it loads to the subscribers tab. It would be nice if it loaded back to the last tab used.

Warm regards,

Mary Ann




On Feb 1, 2012, at 1:21 AM, Justin J wrote:


Hello everyone,

I've been working on some enhancements for the, "Your Subscribers -> View" screen. You can see what I'm seeing at:

http://www.dadamailproject.com/images/dev/new_view_list.jpg

This little screenshot shows some of the more fancier things that are now available:

* The list type switcher widget is a little more clearer, using tabs instead of just random boxes
* Columns are now sortable, either ascending or descending - including profile fields
* Searching through a list has that same sort of sorting options - this screenshot is actually a sort on, "Z"
* Pagination! You can now browse through all the screens easily, using the links to the First, Previous, Next Last and the next 5 (or so) "pages".
* It's easy to see at glance how many subscribers you have, or in this case, how many search results you found - in this example, there's 235.

So, little things, but hopefully it'll make working with a large list, with fields a little more pleasant.

I kind of want to work on the Download/Export funtion a little bit - perhaps allow you to download the search results, instead of the entire file, which would be nice.

The same sort of functionality would be nice for the, Unsubscribe/Remove function, so you could search for something and then remove all the results you get.

I'd also like to give a bit more functionality to individual editing of addresses, so you could click on an address in a table like this, and have more options, like copying the address to, say, the Authorized Senders list, or something like that, 


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