I'm currently testing the free version of this plugin and plan to purchase the pro version, but I have one technical hitch. I am willing to put in some time / elbow-grease to get this working, but I'd like to see if you've thought of it or plan to implement at any point already.
I've got a multisite installation, with a diversity of authors running their own blogs. To start using this tool, I'd like to create a single, unified feedback mechanism for the whole site, so I can manage the flow of feedback without bugging all these bloggers. Over time, I want to provide these mechanisms to any blogger that will find it useful. I can see this working in many ways, with different levels of complexity. The particular use cases I'm thinking of are:
- With WP Multisite, if I "network enable" Usernoise, I would like to be given a setting to select whether I want to manage feedback across ALL sites (simply use the db for the primary blog, but display that same feedback form on every other network blog).
- Secondarily, whether the bloggers see this feedback or not is another potential option. I could imagine either case being useful
- Also, if an individual blog has the plugin enabled (not simply network enabled), then it runs its own instance of the feedback mechanism, subverting the global feedback.
- OR, simply intervene at the display layer. If I enable Usernoise on the primary blog, and since all of my blogs use the same theme and header, I could display that same feedback tab on every other blog. The bloggers would not see the feedback in this case. Then, I could also choose to write conditionals depending on which blogs want to run their own feedback mechanisms
- OR, at the very least, if I "network enable" Usernoise in WordPress Multisite, it would be convenient to be provided an option to enable feedback across all blogs (since this setting needs to be set before using the plugin).
Thanks for any thoughts or news!