We have actually discussed about this before. Our idea was to tie it not to pages, but all widgets. So if you create a new page and add PDF or Text Widget there, then you could somehow (three dots or editing view) mark it as "new content", which would add a notification dot for that page. This way you could also mark what section is new or changed inside a long page.
Could this solution work for you also Åsa?
I've faced situations where the admin wants to catch participants' attention to updates in widgets other than SuperChat. The green notification labels could also help participants to notice other updates: a new Video/PDF has been uploaded to the page, new options have been added to the Booking widget, call to answer new Pulse/Poll widget, the content in Text widget has been updated, etc.
However, the admin does not always want these to be notified to the participants. I'm interested to hear in what situations it would be helpful if the admin could choose "show this update in what's new" when saving changes.
Excellent discussion. Until now the solution have been: add a Super Chat widget beside the new content and write a comment where you are explain something relevant about the new content: why should others care, what's in it for who, what you are expecting from others etc. Even we would add the possibility to mark something new, we should forget to build the meaning around the content.
In my opinion this should be behind three dots for each widget - with a modal confirmation "Do you want to mark this widget as updated and show what's new notification for all users who have access here"
Other option would be checkbox within edit view, but I think it might not be always suitable - and also confirmation not easily doable there.
30.5.2023 10:35, Åsa PR