Timestamps and where replies end up, is there a fix coming? Answered
I think I've asked this before but anyway....
Take a look here as a recent example:
At the time of posting this the list showed the last comment was made 33 minutes ago.
When I check the topic it starts with 4 entries being 6 years old.
Than one 38 minutes ago followed by an endless list of year old replies and a reply that is 42 minutes old.
I do understand that it is vital to make a reply to a specific comment but I fail to see the logic behind the sorting.
Even when making a direct reply to the topic it often ends up far behind older ones for no reason that I can see.
The longer (or older) a topic becomes the harder it is to actually follow what is going on in there and to find those replies that are relevant to something.
This can be found in many topics where replies that are months old are followed by those that are a few days or hours old, often completely destroying any relation to another.
I see no sorting options for this...
Quite a few replies get lost this way as not everyone is checking long topics for every reply, trying to find out what was posted when.
To put it simple: It is chaotic...
Is there any chance to see something done about it in the near future?
Something simple like:
You make a new comment and it goes on top of the list, you reply to another comment and it is quoted and also goes to the top of the list.
This way one could see what is new and what reply is related to another reply.
I might be spoiled by forums but certainly you can improve here !?