All-topics time warp?

   My usual all-topics pages seem to be living in the (mostly distant)
past, today.  For example:

/t5/forums/recentpostspage/category-id/itrc-288/post-type/thread/interaction-style/forum
/t5/forums/recentpostspage/category-id/itrc-280/post-type/thread/interaction-style/forum
/t5/forums/recentpostspage/category-id/itrc-117/post-type/thread/interaction-style/forum
/t5/forums/recentpostspage/category-id/itrc-118/post-type/thread/interaction-style/forum

   The latest posts have date-times like:

Latest post on 08-25-2010 03:03 AM by HDS
by Bengt Nilsson_2 on 09-17-2009 04:07 AM
Latest post on 03-03-2011 12:21 AM by John Bigg
Latest post on 01-05-2016 06:56 PM by Jimmy Vance

  • Hi Steven,

    Thanks for letting us know, we will take a look at this and get back to you shortly.

    Margaret N
    HPE Community Manager
    Any personal opinions expressed are mine, and not official statements on behalf of Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Noticed the same thing (reported here) now - just few hours later - it seems automagically solved...

    One thing I really miss is: to be able to sort all topics posted by the latest reply received...sometime one post a reply to a post then he/she forgets its reply...time goes by...and it became harder to understand if that topic received other newer replies.

    I assume a Community user doesn't enable the Mail notification on new replies on his/her contributions.

    Isn't it? 

  • > One thing I really miss is: to be able to sort all topics posted by
    > the latest reply received... [...]

       Yeah.  I've complained about this repeatedly over the past four
    years, with no result.  I assume that there's no hope.

       That and the HTML "<title> All Topics - Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    Community</title>", which is identical for every forum.  Totally
    useless.

       As an element, lithium is a lightweight.  As forum software, ...

       On the bright side, today, copy paste seems not to "fix" all the
    spacing in the pasted material.  It's something.

  • Yep.

    Another very annoying thing I noticed - especially true if a Community user is used to stay within and move between Sub-Categories (like the ones available under the Networking macro category) back and forth - is that when you enter a Sub-Category (let me say, as example, the "Comware-Based" one) moving horizontally to others Sub-Categories looks cumbersome...I need to go up to the parent Category to then go down to the other Sub-Category...on Mobile is a real nightmare, on Desktop I learned to keep opened various web browser pages (tabs).

    It's a matter of letting user to move up/down and left/right on category levels easily enough.
  • > I learned to keep opened various web browser pages (tabs).

     

    Yes, I use tabs too.

  • In the FAQ section (found on the "Quick Links" menu), there is a post that explains Subscriptions and Notifications, and how to configure your settings. If you don't find answers to your questions there, please go ahead and ask here. We are always updating the FAQ postings as members bring new questions.

    Thanks,
    Warren_Admin, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community Manager
    Any personal opinions expressed are mine, and not official statements on behalf of Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • > [...] If you don't find answers to your questions there, [...]

       What I have are complaints, not questions.

       Does the FAQ explain how to get HTML "title" directives which are
    more distinctive than "All Topics - Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    Community" for different all-topics pages?  My current "solution" is to
    arrange the identical tabs in my browser in a particular order, and then
    (try to) ignore the fact that I have four tabs which are all labeled
    "All Topics...".

       Does the FAQ explain how to get an all-topics listing which is sorted
    by date-time of last posting instead of first?

       If so, I've missed some things.

  • > [...] If you don't find answers to your questions there, [...]

       What I have are complaints, not questions.

       Does the FAQ explain how to get HTML "title" directives which are
    more distinctive than "All Topics - Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    Community" for different all-topics pages?  My current "solution" is to
    arrange the identical tabs in my browser in a particular order, and then
    (try to) ignore the fact that I have four tabs which are all labeled
    "All Topics...".

       Does the FAQ explain how to get an all-topics listing which is sorted
    by date-time of last posting instead of first?

       If so, I've missed some things.

  • > [...] If you don't find answers to your questions there, [...]

       What I have are complaints, not questions.

       Does the FAQ explain how to get HTML "title" directives which are
    more distinctive than "All Topics - Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    Community" for different all-topics pages?  My current "solution" is to
    arrange the identical tabs in my browser in a particular order, and then
    (try to) ignore the fact that I have four tabs which are all labeled
    "All Topics...".

       Does the FAQ explain how to get an all-topics listing which is sorted
    by date-time of last posting instead of first?

       If so, I've missed some things.