Discourse 2.4 released!

Originally published at: Discourse 2.4 released!

Today we release Discourse 2.4, building on Discourse 2.3 from last year. For post 2.0 releases we’ve chosen a new set of codenames based on the history of human communication; this release is Cuneiform. Hardware Security Keys We shipped support for authentication apps in prior releases of Discourse, but nothing defeats hacking and phishing as…

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Polls can be set to close at a certain date and time, and Staff can also export poll data with a single click for further analysis if needed.

The bolded shouldn’t be there because it’s not a 2.4 feature, it’s older. With 2.4 you can restrict voting to certain groups and create polls with just one option, though.

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THANKS YOU awesome Discourse Team :clap:


Edited:

Testing lines with bigger emotions

:rocket: This line starts with normal emoticon.

:rocket: This line starts with bigger emoticon. :lol:

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Aren’t they always that? :discourse: (just found this is an emoji)

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I’m so proud of the growth Discourse has had. Amazing work, team! :clap:

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I can’t wait to share the news with all the Discourse sites I know of! :partying_face:

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Wow!! This is awesome :pray:

Former JiveX users will love this! JiveX would allow you to @mention content, people, and spaces in their communities. Just making a reference here, in case any former Jivers are looking for how to mention/lookup/link to other community content.

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