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threadloom 20 Jul 2017 14:57

Hi concepts, this will only work after your site has been indexed. I'll send you an email so we can take a closer look at your account.

concepts 20 Jul 2017 15:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by threadloom (Post 2588709)
Hi concepts, this will only work after your site has been indexed. I'll send you an email so we can take a closer look at your account.

Thank you, just got the email. Responded. Appreciate the prompt response.

concepts 20 Jul 2017 16:24

All is good and working! It looks amazing!

threadloom 22 Aug 2017 17:05

On Monday we released a plug-in update (v2.0.11) that includes a minor backend update to support Threadloom Newsletter and adds compression. Compression saves 80% of bandwidth and 5-10% of sync time. v2.0.11 can be downloaded from the Threadloom portal. Full release notes.

inmart 22 Aug 2017 20:20

During the installation an error appears. how to fix?


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


threadloom 22 Aug 2017 22:42

Hi inmart - I sent you a private message so we can take a closer look at your account.

inmart 24 Aug 2017 21:15

Replied in pm

BGObsession 16 Oct 2017 02:18

Just wanted to take a second to give this tool a big thumbs up. Incredibly easy to install, site crawled within 24 hours as advertised, amazingly accurate search results. Leaps and bounds improvement over the crappy vBulletin search option.

Very impressed!

scottkoz20 16 Oct 2017 13:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by BGObsession (Post 2590484)
Just wanted to take a second to give this tool a big thumbs up. Incredibly easy to install, site crawled within 24 hours as advertised, amazingly accurate search results. Leaps and bounds improvement over the crappy vBulletin search option.

Very impressed!

I second this

my site took about 30 hours, but it was still around 500k posts an hour. Plus given the ability to add customized search results is going to make a big difference overall


Kudos to Paul at Threadloom for wonderful communication during this process.

IggyP 05 Jan 2018 09:25

also must say after taking a peek on this i agree with what others are saying and encourage everyone to take a look if you havent already.....in particular any image sites that want searchable content, can be a bit of a game changer.

smooth install and great support as well....nice work :)

really great to see....things like this modern addition is even more towards what is making vb4 surpass vb5 functionality and keeping it one of the best platforms to build off these days.

thank you :)

threadloom 08 Jun 2018 22:58

There will be an update in just a few weeks. Thank you!

dany_danay 25 Jun 2018 17:54

For a large forums, is better than digitalocean spinsh search?
What about "last threads of a user"?

threadloom 26 Jun 2018 20:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by dany_danay (Post 2595250)
For a large forums, is better than digitalocean spinsh search?
What about "last threads of a user"?

I'm not exactly familiar with what you are referring to, sphinx search by chance? Can you link me to some more documentation.

That said, most of the forum searches are not as tweaked and user focused due to the complexity of Search itself. With Threadloom Search you have all the tweaks and user focused content built in.

For the "last threads of a user" that still will relay on your server/site to retrieve that. You can search by user with our add-on, you can modify the templates to do what you are asking to do.

Would love to give you a demo, would you like to test it out?

threadloom 05 Sep 2018 14:33

2.0.13 released 2018-07-05
Adds support for List Builder and includes an AMP-friendly change. Fixes an issue with expanded cards in search, and in the plug-in XML.

New

Adds support for List Builder.
Changes

Improves compatibility with AMP by not loading JavaScript on AMP pages.
Fixes

Fixes an issue with expanded cards in search. There is still a known issue when filtering by certain usernames. This will be addressed in a future release.
Fixes default values in the plug-in XML.

threadloom 16 Nov 2018 21:50

Over the past week, some customers have reported slow search speeds with Threadloom Search. We've reproduced the issue and can confirm that this is an issue with our infrastructure.

Over the past year, Threadloom Search has grown rapidly to serve tens of millions of users. As a result, we have been migrating to a more scalable solution that combines Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and Elastic Cloud.

As part of this migration, some customers are experiencing faster search speeds, while others have been impacted by configuration and production issues that have resulted in slow search speeds. This occurs primarily during US daytime hours.

We are working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. In addition to tackling the aforementioned issues, we are in the process of quintupling the number of cores in our deployment.

As we work through this issue, you may notice some delays to real-time indexing, and periodic interruptions to your cloud sync. This is normal, but if you have any concerns or questions, feel free to reach out to us via email or chat. We will also post updates here as we make progress.

In the meantime, if your site is affected by slow search speeds, please feel free to toggle Threadloom Search off in the your Admin Control Panel (Options > Threadloom). However, we would like to ask customers to continue to keep cron jobs active, in order to help us with our troubleshooting.

Finally, for all paying customers of Threadloom Search, we are issuing credits to cover the rest of 2018 (this month and next month).

We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your patience and understanding.


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