By WHMCS ChrisD
Welcome to the August 2018 Community Wrap-up a look back at some of the highlights from the community over the last month. WHMCS.Community is here to help you so please do send your feedback thru!
WHMCS.Community August 2018 Statistics at a glance:
249 new members joined WHMCS.Community 396 new topics where created 1,600 replies were crafted by WHMCS.Community Members WHMCS.Community Leaderboard
Continuing his reign as the most reacted to community member is @brian! on 86 points! In second place on 14 points is @yggdrasil and rounding out third place at 11 is @Kian
Reactions on the community are a key way we surface great content on WHMCS.Community. Every reaction to a post might see you or a thread you've contributed to added to the Top Picks & Leaderboard and soon, your reaction points will count towards your status on the community
WHMCS V7.6.1 has been released
V7.6.1 which is a maintenance release was released on August 28th and is now ready for download from downloads.whmcs.com or alternatively, you can update from within WHMCS using the Automatic Updater. And on another note, the dedicated WHMCS V7.6 release board will remain active for a few more days before we fold the threads into the main WHMCS.Community later this week.
Getting help from WHMCS.Community Team
It's been a while since we last reminded people about the ways to contact the Moderation team when you need assistance such as changing your username, finding the right place to post or just asking a general community-related question. The place to do that is the WHMCS.Community Assistance board this ensures that any one of the Community Team members can assist you as quickly as possible.
That's a wrap for August!
And that wraps up the August 2018 wrapup, as always please provide any community-related feedback in the General or WHMCS.Community Assistance Board
By WHMCS ChrisD
With the switch to WHMCS.Community, there are a few changes to the way quotes work on the new platform including the ability to quote multiple posts and multiple sections of a post.
Splitting or Quoting only part of a post:
In some cases, you may only want to quote part of a post or reply to multiple points, to do this simply select the text to quote and click "Quote This" which will show above the highlighted text. You can repeat this to add additional quotes.
Quoting a whole post:
Quoting a full post is simple. Simply click Quote below the post and it will be added into the editor for you.
Quoting multiple posts:
It is also possible to quote multiple posts in a single reply. To do this simply click the icon at the bottom of each post you wish to quote
Once done click on the Quote X Posts button to have these added to the reply box.
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