You cannot remove the information about modifications on same content. Ahh - Now I see what dehacker meant with aggregation. , but list the nodes sorted by last modification date) And also to tag the revisions with its priority for later filtering (perhaps categorized) is very useful.Sometimes you only correct the spelling, sometimes you add or negate informations - every case is an actualization of the node. Aggregating updates to a node by a single author should definitely be done; sometimes I create a node and then edit it a dozen times until I'm satisfied with it - Meanwhile, that activity is eating up the entire view and other important things are lost in the shuffle.These improvements are already available for all customers in our Open Lucius cloud, if you use the open source version: download and install the latest release via In previous versions you could only see how may likes an item had. In previous versions admin (uid 1) was not suitable to use as end-user.Lots of users requested this, we made it available in this module. Of course, these images can only be seen and directly url’d if you are a member of the group the image is placed. We fixed this, this also was a wish of multiple Drupal community members.We use the Activity entity to store this information.The Message module is a general logging utility tool that site builders can use to create user friendly logs.
Message types are entities, so you can attach any type of field to an entity the same way as with content types. Go to Structure - “Message types” (admin/structure/messages).
The Message entity is created when an event is triggered (e.g. It’s being build from a Message template that contains tokenized text.
The Message does not contain recipients (list of users), who need to receive this notification neither the final output that is displayed from the tokenized output.
Perhaps add this points for a better usability: Aggregation of similar messages would be a great improvement, but is it possible? If you look at the more sophisticated activity systems, e.g., Facebook, you can see there is an algorithm.
It takes into respect a large number of variables, and has dedicated systems to process all that information.