Display Name instead of Username when @mentioning users
Hello everyone, right now, when I mention a user with @username it looks like this: "Hi, how are you @x1fc3?" Not only would it look better but it would also be more personal, if the @username would automatically change to the name. Example: "Hi, how are you @x1fc3 ?" turns into -> "Hi, how are you Mary Poppins ?" Alternatively "Hi, how are you @x1fc3 ?" turns into -> "Hi, how are you Mary Poppins (@x1fc3) ? The displayed name should remain a link and lead to the users profile when tapped / clicked.
Subscription through Playstore (in-app purchase)
I'd like to see the option to get subscription (donations or for premiums) through Google Playstore, over the current options. Makes it easy to turn on and off, lowers the barrier.
Save / read later option
When checking news at work or on the go I often don’t have time to read all links and comments or to comment myself at that time. Thus I would like an “read later” option to easily come back to these posts
Aumentar el grosor del separador de posts
Observo en otras plataformas que, en sus apps móviles, los post tienen separadores más gruesos. Sería genial trasladarlo a Okuna para una mejor usabilidad, y así en el futuro, poder añadir separadores finos en una misma tarjeta de post para separar contenido de otras funciones .
Allow for multiple images in a post
Allow multiple images to be selected when creating a post.
Openbook web version
I think the web version of openbook is important as well. I daily use social networks on desktop and mobile. What's the release plan about the web version?
Share with... option
Possibility to share (links to) public posts outside OpenBook using most common communication platforms (e.g. Skype, WhatsApp, Messenger, Twitter, iMessage, Mail)
add people to circles from inside circle
when in a circle provide the possibility (i.e. a plus-symbol) to add people to this circle. Probably with the search function or similar) So it would be possible to create a new circle and populate it directly from there.
Option to Disable Comments
An option to disable further commenting on one’s own post would make sense—trolling happens already.
One thing Facebook does well is grouping notifications about likes / reactions so that if 20 people have the same reaction I only get a single item in my list of notifications. This cuts down on clutter a lot... especially if a post is popular. Conversely, I don't want this for comments as its too easy to miss one.