Is it possible to change the order of posts to Alphabetical order as opposed to latest / top / newest / oldest?
I want to have discussions based around particular locations and this would be an easy way for people to navigate there.
Thanks in advance.
ashnazir have you considered using the tags system to categorize posts instead?
askvortsov No. I'm not sure how they are Implemented on here.
ashnazir You can create primary and secondary tags in the admin dashboard, then require those for discussions.
askvortsov Is that how the folder structure on the left-hand side is created?
How many levels deep can it go? Or is it just primary and secondary?
ashnazir there can be 2 levels of primary tags, and one level of secondary tags.
askvortsov Two levels of primary. How does that work?
ashnazir drag subtags under and to the right of parent tags
askvortsov Sorry, I don't understand what you mean by 2 levels of primary tags?
ashnazir For example, here on Discuss:
askvortsov Thank you so much. I have now Installed it and found it pretty useful. Is it possible to have, or hack, more than 2 primary levels? I have asked this is a separate post but thought I'd ask you here as well as we already have that conversion going :-)
Is it possible to have, or hack, more than 2 primary levels?
I can see the need to better organise myself with the aid of this :-) Or if I could put a title in-between primary tags to better explain their grouping :-)
ashnazir from the last question on this exact subject: https://discuss.flarum.org/d/23923-have-more-than-2-tag-levels/2
Short answer: Not likely from Flarum, but the community is encouraged to make this extension.
jordanjay29 Looks like it isn't forthcoming. I have tried Installing this extension: Flarum Categories - Flarum Community https://discuss.flarum.org/d/23184-flarum-categories but haven't had any luck :-(
ashnazir You're doing the right thing in posting your difficulties with the extension on that discussion you linked.
Feel free to continue here if your problems relate to the tag system itself.