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Weskey
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Quote in Quick Reply

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I was testing some elements of UX, and I think a point that could improve would be the quote button.

I think that when the user clicked the "Quote" button, instead of loading the page "Reply Topic", the text could be "copied" to the area of "Quick Reply".
So the user could respond more quickly and would also be one less page to load.

If you want to click another "Quote" button on the same page, the text of this post would be copied down from the previous quote. With that, we could have a faster and more efficient MultiQuote.

The XenForo implements that way, and I think it would be something interesting to be implemented.

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Sumanai
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Re: Quote in Quick Reply

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+1, but the time to add new features has passed. Use Extension:
https://github.com/Tatiana5/QuickReply
Sorry for my English.

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Mess
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Re: Quote in Quick Reply

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Weskey wrote:I was testing some elements of UX, and I think a point that could improve would be the quote button.

I think that when the user clicked the "Quote" button, instead of loading the page "Reply Topic", the text could be "copied" to the area of "Quick Reply".
So the user could respond more quickly and would also be one less page to load.

If you want to click another "Quote" button on the same page, the text of this post would be copied down from the previous quote. With that, we could have a faster and more efficient MultiQuote.

The XenForo implements that way, and I think it would be something interesting to be implemented.
+1 :)

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