There's a design inconsistency between the page listing posts and how they are delineated then on each post, there's no delineation between each authors comment.
There's definitely going to be a period of acclimatisation but its a lot tidier than before.
 Did I just see that comments are autosaved while composing?
Thank you for so many comments so early after launch. This really speaks to the dedication and passion you all have around Jamf Nation! In regard to the Jamf Pro Add-Ons/Third-Party products — we communicated in a post to the Jamf Nation community last week that this section was being shifted to another location. The space had very low usage, as well as outdated content. In order to help mitigate the risks of Jamf Nation members finding and using outdated materials, we asked that the content move. As Sam showed in this thread, we’d love for our eligible developers to post their content within their Jamf Marketplace listings. If you’re not a partner, we now added the ability for you to add personal website and GitHub accounts to your profile. Please continue to share your resources in those spaces as a way to continuously help our Jamf Nation. Thank you for your continued focus on helping this community succeed with Apple!
@JeniA One of the useful aspects of the third party postings was not the sub-page of the website itself, but the notification of new patches available that came up in bold on the main discussion posts page of JAMFNation.
Will those sections be repeated in the developer/marketplace area?
Is it just me or is it now impossible to have an inline code block now? The old Markdown trick of a ` before and after what you wanted flagged as code no longer works, and clicking the "Insert/Edit code sample" forces a whole new block like this:
If so, that's a pretty dain bramaged loss of functionality from the old forum software. Please put it on the "Features we really need to carry over" list.
Edit: Ok, how did the new "Insert/Edit code example" entry window make it to release without having a "Shell Script" option for the language? And why is the icon to access it hidden behind the "Expand toolbar" button? If you analyze the content of Jamf Nation I suspect you'd find that was probably the most used, or not used where appropriate, formatting tool in the old forum.
I’m in agreement with @sdagley
First off, I’m posting this reply from my iPhone and I don’t even see the option for code markup in the toolbar? Where do I access it in the mobile version of the site? Does Jamf actually remember that this is a technical forum and people will want to post things like code snippets or entire scripts? This isn’t just some social networking site. The only options I see for marking up my post are bold, italic, lists, links and images. Sheesh! Please bring back the full code markup, and like @sdagley mentioned, the inline code option was very useful. I used that myself a lot, so not having it anymore is a definite loss.
I don't mind the visual remodel to much, but not being able to open a support ticket via you profile and no visible link to feature requests. Seems like they ran out time and said meh good enough.
Is there a way to change the order in which threads are displayed? I like the previous way were the thread with the newest post was on top, now the order seems to depend on the thread creation, which I don't find useful. As others have already pointed out 'too little contents per display area, too many graphical elements'.
Oh, and emails for this and that - what a strange idea in times where everybody already gets too many emails...
Similarly, if you would like to not receive emails regarding Jamf Nation, you can change this in your preferences. Go to My Settings > Personal > Email and check the box next to Do not send me any community emails.
I hope this helps!
thanks for the info, I think I found the correct combination of options now (Threaded layout & newest first), time will tell whether this is the most convenient for me. The difference between 'Personal' and 'Preferences' settings looks articifial to me. And I think the wording for the 'Do not send me any community emails.' could be improved, as it is not clear what community emails are.