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I like it; thank you.

Would it be possible to:

  • Default the Archive/Unarchive checkboxes to the current state of the item? For example, if an item is archived, it would be checked by default?

  • Have a small message appear at the top of the CB indicating the number of archived items, one that would not appear if there aren't any archived items?

    It wouldn't need to be fancy, just something along the lines of You have x messages archived.

    I'm thinking it would be a helpful little reminder if one archives things one needs to do or work on. For example, I've got several items from tilly to remind me of some changes I need to make in a few different things and haven't yet found the time to get them completely finished. (And, yes, I've already thought of sending a /msg to myself to do the same thing. I just thought it would be a further nicety is all.)

Also, what are your thoughts on this idea?

--f


In reply to Re: New Message Inbox Feature by footpad
in thread New Message Inbox Feature by vroom

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