Give users ability to download photos from Activity Feed

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    Angela Potter

    Hi Tina,

    Thanks for checking in on this. It's not on our immediate roadmap, but we've heard this feature request from customers as well as attendees, and definitely understand why attendees would want to download photos from the feed. It's on our radar and we'll keep you posted when we prioritize this in the future.

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    Tina Queen

    Hey DoubleDutch,

    Can you please let me know if there are any plans to incorporate this feature?  We've had tons of requests from our users to be able to download photos from the activity feed.  It would be a sweet feature!   

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    DoubleDutch User

    Hi, we get this request also.

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    Todd Lockhart

    Same here.

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    Marxcela Navarro

    Is there any update if this is going to be available?

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    Todd Lockhart

    Any update on this? Getting increased pressure here.

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    Tina Queen

    Checking back again on this.  I'm also getting increasing pressure.  More and more our attendees are looking for the ability to interact with photos as they can on Facebook - able to download as well as zoom on photos.  They are also asking for the ability to load videos to the feed.  

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    Will Munce (Edited )

    Hi Tina,

     

    Unfortunately the ability to download pictures from the app has slipped from our roadmap due to privacy concerns. 

    Attendees uploading videos is still something we're working on but certain technical challenges, especially with hosting the videos, must be worked through.

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    Todd Lockhart

    Will,

    I would think that, even with GDPR in play, allowing someone to download the photos they posted to the activity feed (and, potentially, those posted by attendees with whom they have a contact relationship) would be "safe."

    I do understand, however, that an event situation presents certain risks inherent with attendee badges - which may expose a certain amount of personally identifiable information for anyone in a photo.

    Todd

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