Thanks for the reply, Kilo, that's very helpful. I wasn't trying to be a stickler about definitions, to be clear, just trying to point out there's some trade-offs. I do agree that organization of topics is not good enough in our chat.
Hi, thanks for the message. The ticker page still exists - https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/BNI - but it doesn't show up since the ticker has been inactive since the Berkshire acquisition.
If you search by just the terms Burlington Northern you should get news and article results.
Kilo Delta and Emma2013, thank you for the messages and the feedback. We've been pushing Rocket Chat for more control over threading and how these features work, similar to what Slack does. They are committed to rolling out improvements, and I hope to have an update soon. Unfortunately, we've had a renewed bout of basic stability issues over the last few weeks, so that has risen to the foreground as a priority, but once we clear that away we expect to see development on this front.
My question to both of you and anybody else who looks at this - both examples you refer to are message boards rather than chat rooms. They're not live-updating, real-time experiences, so they would operate a little differently then a chat you can log into from any device and that has thousands of people who can write at the same time.
You could in some sense use an article's comment stream for a message board sort of experience, with each article providing the base topic. Does that distinction make sense to you, and do you feel there's any risk in losing the real-time spontaneity if we were to move to a message board model? Why doesn't the article comment stream adequately replace this? I'm not trying to disagree with your premise, just curious to hear how you think about this.
Thank you again for sharing your input, we need to do better and your feedback will be valuable in that effort.
Thank you, Bob. I believe we made a change yesterday that should address the breaking news categorization but will confirm with our team. We'll report back to CapIQ about the full overview of the company.
Thanks for the message. We believe we have this fixed, but we switched our classification system in general so we may have gaps. Where did you see consumer products tagged on Eastman Kodak?
Here's how we have them sorted based on CapIQ's categorization - https://seekingalpha.com/symbol/KODK/overview.
Gene, thanks for the message. This isn't a great forum for us to answer this question, but we can help direct you to the right place. What were you referring to when you wrote about the "good list of stocks and industries"?
Brian, great, thanks for clarifying. Sounds like we need to do something in the inbox or the subject line to make it clearer that this is a blog. Right now, we have a disclaimer on the blog itself, but we can make it clearer and that only shows up after you click through so it's less helpful.
We will discuss how to do this and put something in place in coming weeks.
Thanks for sharing, and happy holidays,
Brian, thanks for the message. You're referring to a blog post, which isn't published as an article with editorial review. We will look into ways to make it clearer what is a blog post and what is an article, as the point stands and we need to make that distinction clear. Thanks for sharing.
When you say a flag, where would you want to see it? In your inbox, in the subject line, somewhere else?
We don't directly send our feed to TuneIn, but I will see if we can get them to update the feed.
Which feed are you referring to? Could you please try unsubscribing and resubscribing?
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