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Support Rich HTML (& CSS) for Activity Streams

REQUEST: Support a richer set of HTML & CSS for Activity Streams to be at par competitively. For example, products like HipChat and Slack and other activity stream type apps support this.

JUSTIFICATION: Perception and eye-candy is core and valuable in Activity streams, let alone useful. Competitors streams look and feel markedly better by having support for richer HTML and CSS.

With this support, AppSpokes streams for all integrations would be polished, clean, and pro - and the results of this for better sales
demos highly powerful, especially if being pit up against a competitor.

Small thing to support, that has a big impact in results! This is game changer.
  • Guest
  • Jul 24 2018
  • Under Consideration
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  • Guest commented
    22 May, 2019 01:45pm

    I use "Activities" to capture new activities and track all the actions performed for my accounts. Every week I need to paste tables in an acceptable layout (without horizontal scrolling) which are originally created in Excel. Excel HTML is very polluted and produce very large tables. I use a tool to convert Excel to a clean HTML code, that I need to save, then open in a browser, then select all and copy to only then paste into an Activity.

    Having the ability to paste HTML code directly in one activity would save me many steps in the process.

  • Guest commented
    6 Aug, 2018 02:35am

    Nice to see that this comment got ported in here! :)