The major new version of GD bbPress Toolbox Pro is available, and this version brings several new features, including scheduling of topics, improved auto-close feature, and many more updates and improvements.

New feature and updates to another feature, can be used to expand the topic (and reply) forms with new options. Schedule Topic allows you to schedule topic publishing on a future date. The Auto Close Topic feature now allows you to specify when the topic is auto closed for new replies – and it can use global settings, or you can change it for individual topics. Auto close can be used with replies to the topic too.

New form elements: topic scheduling and auto close controls

There are many more new interesting things added to various existing features, including icons for the list of forums marking closed forums and forums visibility, user profiles can show counts of given and received thanks, custom topics views are expanded with a new view showing scheduled topics (if Schedule Topic feature is active) and much more.

This version includes a few minor updates and fixes. It also includes Flatpickr JS library for implementing datetime picker for the Schedule Topic feature.

To see the list of all the changes in this version, please check out the changelog. If you find any issues with the new version, please, report them in the support forums.

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MillaN
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