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Some suggestions from me

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Hello and thank you for a very good product in SPPB, I use it every day as a developer. Have done it for years. I am writing here again as I do not really know where to put suggestions for improvement.

I thought of some small changes that would make things easier.

Own sections
• Ability to rename your own sections.
• Possibility to categorize your own sections.
• Ability to save your section in a json.

• Possibility to color-mark these in some way. See proposal for picture.

SPPB Pages
• Ability to change creators of the page.

Thank you and hope that something might be thoughtful.

4 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
by "Own sections" you mean those which were saved?

BIG thanks, for sure we will consider, at least some of them, soon.

You work like me (old style), from back-end mostly :)


More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes, thats what i mean, those i save myself. and Yes! Always backend...:) Frontend is for users...Haha!


More than a month ago #Permalink
Also i forgot, whould be nice to be able to save your section that you created in a json. Not the entire page, for example i sometimes want to use same row i used to another customer as a template.
What i do is export the entire page, import it and save the row and delete the page. No big deal but might be neat...:) I will update my first post.

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
I agree, it's useful for migrate sections between sites.

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