i would like to delete a yarp after it has served its purpose66 votes
It would be awesome if it was able to reset to no attendees in edit.
We wanted to use it on by setting online links on a calendar for weekly events, but there is no way to clear out the attendees.25 votes
We’ll have to give this some thought considering our original premise of keeping things simple, but it’s a good idea.
Option for the yarplet creator:
Disallow "Anonymous Cowards". Namely, some name is required when giving a response to a yarplet; a blank name is not allowed!23 votes
This is a common point of confusion and something we will consider looking at in the future.
When I send out an invitation, sometimes people have replied to me directly either on or offline whether they are going to be able to attend. I'd like an option in Yarp to be able to add these people. When I send out a practice invitation it would be really helpful so people could see exactly who was going to attend.15 votes
Thanks for the suggestion. You can always add more guests to your own name when people reply outside of Yarp, but we understand the underlying request. As an admin, it would be nice to have full control of all the responses. This is something we will consider.
Would like to stop accepting the responses after a certain goal has met like : time elapsed, number of responses received, etc.13 votes
Originally asked by Alex Stupka.10 votes
It might be nice to have Mobile browser detection and a customized view for smart phones, but it’s pretty unlikely that we’ll approach any WML views.
I want to create a new invite, allow responses, and display them with Ajax or flash on another domain. Is this possible?9 votes
Currently, not all of this is possible, but it’s a good idea.
Many have requested this.5 votes
Not being able to contact all the ppl on a yarplet is very annoying. What if the date or time changes.3 votes
Hi. The idea is that you likely emailed everyone to invite them in the first place. Just reply-all to that original email to tell everyone the details changed. Yarp is not meant to be an evite replacement. Other invitation tools exist if you want full integration.
This is something we’d love to do, but it isn’t something we currently have time for. Still, we will consider it further.
The left panel which contains your created and subscribed to yarplets could be wider. I'll let you figure out how best to do it.2 votes
While the yarplet history panel is narrow, there are a few things to be aware of:
1. The panel is intentionally narrow to keep focus on the new yarplet form.
2. Hovering over a link in the panel will display the full text.
3. Once you have 21 or more yarplets in your history an “all…” link appears which, when clicked, will display a wider pop up of all your yarplets, paginated.
Perhaps you’d prefer to always have this “all” link available, regardless of the number of yarplets? Other suggestions are welcome.
This is a Safari issue. Safari apparently copies the color formatting (white on black background), but when pasting the content somewhere that accepts rich text, the white foreground is used but so is a white background making it look like nothing was pasted. I would expect copied textareas to not keep the color formatting on a copy-n-paste, but at a minimum, keep a black background if a white foreground is copied.1 vote
The invitation option only allows guests to be added to the first option. When creating an invite with the options of something other than YES or NO, (e.g. FRI or SAT), it would be nice to include guests.0 votes
I’m able to add guests when the response text (e.g. FRI or SAT) is set to anything, as long as the type of yarplet is an “Invitation.” If you select “Survey” instead, you can’t add guests, which is what I think might have happened in your case. Please edit your yarplet and make sure that you’ve selected the “Invitation” option.
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