Giorgos, Thinking we should explore this for all our snippets (obviously for the main templates we use). Once a user takes an action on a specific snippet (clicking on a link, opting out, donating, etc.) they should not see the snippet again. I know we have this functionality for the opt-out. I saw you wrote on Github for Mofo that it is possible below: Call addToBlockList() js function after an event, e.g. after user clicks on a link. This is true?
I think this should be handled by the snippet itself, on a case by case basis, and not be a blanket cover for all snippets. It does look like addToBlockList can be manually called by the snippet itself but I have not tried it yet. Some brainstorming. It might be kinda interesting to lower the priority of a snippet that's been interacted with a certain amount, but not block it completely. This might be a bit more complex to implement, and maybe not worth it.
(In reply to Jean Collings from comment #0) > This is true? Yes it's true.
We can call addToBlockList after an event. This is custom to a template and it's documented here http://abouthome-snippets-service.readthedocs.io/en/latest/developing.html#snippet-block-list There's nothing to do in this bug, if we need custom templates lets file separate bugs.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 months ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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