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Active Forums 4.3 Ready for Release

by Will Morgenweck on 30 Nov 2010 11:55 PM

This afternoon we released the Release Candidate for Active Forums 4.3 Enterprise.  We have also upgraded activemodules.com and activesocial.com to the latest release.  Over the past 60 days we have posted 6 builds to 30 customers that requested to be part of the beta.  Their feedback has been crucial to ensure we release a stable and hassle free upgrade.  I am extremely grateful for their support and feedback over the past several weeks.  

Probably the two biggest features for this release are Friendly URLs and Custom Fields.  With Friendly URLs you can now have topic urls that look something similar to domain.com/forums/forum-group-name/forum-name/topic-name.  We have already noticed significant improvements in our own search engine rankings.  Custom Fields give you the ability to add additional fields to the topic editor when a user creates a new topic.  We have been using custom fields and it has been a great help for managing topics.  

Here are few other topics that will tell you more about the features included with Active Forums 4.3

    3 Comments for Active Forums 4.3 Ready for Release

    Mark Gordon
    Mark Gordon
    01 Dec 2010 09:37 AM

    Not sure if you're aware, but the RSS news feed from Google is not forming the URL correctly for this news release. Every time I click on it, it keeps coming up with an error that the page cannot be found.

    Other than that, I'm excited to try this latest release!

    Thanks!
    Frozen DNN
    Frozen DNN
    01 Dec 2010 11:36 AM

    Mark Gordon, you have confused me. How are you importing google rss feed in/to the forum? Or, are you talking about Active Social?
    Ray Dixon
    Ray Dixon
    01 Dec 2010 01:23 PM

    Thanks, Will! This is really exciting. Do you have an ETA for the full release?
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