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  • What is Visiting Members?

    Visiting Members is another of the features released with vBulletin 4.2.0 Unlike some of our more obvious updates, this is a feature that is turned off by default. Visiting Members, when it’s turned on, displays all members who’ve visited the forum either today or in the past 24 hours. The feature does not, however, display guests and only applies to members.

    • CrossoverX
      #6
      CrossoverX commented
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      Originally posted by EighteenDots
      Hello,

      What is the difference between 'Who's Online' and 'Visiting Members'

      Regards,
      Admin, SukoonGhar
      www.sukoonghar.in
      Who's Online - Right Now
      Visiting Members - In 24h

    • EighteenDots
      #7
      EighteenDots commented
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      Don't make the confusion worse

      Originally posted by CrossoverX
      Who's Online - Right Now
      Visiting Members - In 24h
      Who's Online too shows members who are or were online in the last few minutes. Now this just increases the timeline to 24h.
      Why different name and highlighted as a separate feature. There is enough confusion in vBulletin with similar functionality being called different names and instead of consolidating them, vBulletin is increasing the confusion

    • djbaxter
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      djbaxter commented
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      Originally posted by EighteenDots
      Who's Online too shows members who are or were online in the last few minutes. Now this just increases the timeline to 24h.
      Why different name and highlighted as a separate feature. There is enough confusion in vBulletin with similar functionality being called different names and instead of consolidating them, vBulletin is increasing the confusion
      What confusion? It's a separate statistic. Don't like it, don't turn the feature on. Simple as that.

      - - - Updated - - -

      Now, question: How do I customize the time period for members who have visited?
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