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Confirm the persistence of existing modules

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  1. Richard Winslow
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    13 Jan 2005
    13 May 2010
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    I understand that you are building out the 4.0 product, but I'd like to confirm that some of your existing 3.7 functionality will continue into future releases:

    1) Lists
    2) Polls
    3) Newsletters

    Keep up the great work!
  2. Steve
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    3037 posts
    03 Dec 2008
    13 May 2010
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    I like the Lists module, but it would be superhandy to allow in-control editing of the list items for a specific they could edit a list right in the page instead of a tiny popup radwindow.
  3. Ivan Dimitrov
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    16072 posts
    12 Sep 2017
    13 May 2010
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    Hi Steve,

    We will have Lists and Polls in 4.0. We are working on Newsletters as well, but I am not sure whether will be able to deliver this module for the official version. Of course we will do our best to ship Newsletters module. With polls control  you will be able to show multiple polls on a page with single control which is not the case in 3.x version where PollBox can show only one poll item.

    All the best,
    Ivan Dimitrov
    the Telerik team

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  4. Jacques
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    427 posts
    28 Jun 2007
    13 May 2010
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    I didn't see the wiki module in the system either. Will that still be there in the full release?
  5. Sean
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    271 posts
    31 May 2006
    23 May 2010
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    Hi Ivan,

    My 2 cents on the Newsletter module...

    The last implementation of the newsletter module I feel was too basic for most companies needs.  I personally would rather see instead some sort of integration with an existing mail campaign service such as MailChimp or Campaign Monitor.  That way you guys can stick to what you do best with CMS and we can get all the benefits of a more powerful campaign tool.

    You are already doing something similar with Analytics integration so this just seems to make sense to do a similar thing, you could still have a module so that users can manage their campaigns from the Sitefinity backend but leverage off these other systems.  Plus they all have free accounts too so for smaller companies they will still be able to benefit.

    Anyway that is just my thoughts.

    Kind Regards
  6. Jeff Vail
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    06 Dec 2003
    24 May 2010
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    I agree with Sean.  Let the email campaign services focus on their featuresets and allow SF to leverage them.  If the option to tie in to these other systems via a provider model were available, that would be great.  I am currently working on integrating a 3.7 site to StreamSend.

  7. Markus
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    2763 posts
    25 Nov 2005
    25 May 2010
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    Hi there

    a) I would expect 4.0 not to have any less features then 3.7 when released.
    b) The newsletter module is not so bad (if only you had the option to request title (Mr. / Ms.) out of the box
    c) of course having the ability to use services as mentioned by Sean would be great
        (I don't know the services and if they cost I prefere the in-SF solution

    If any modules are not included in 4.0 release it could be a no-go for some projects and you would have to go with 3.7 instead.

    So once again - I rather have a complete and polished 4.0 then anything half baked.

    Regards Markus
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