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# administrivia
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Kartik Agaram

07/28/2023, 11:58 PM
You can open ancient threads if you have links to comments within them Try clicking on https://futureofcoding.slack.com/archives/C5T9GPWFL/p1545427721022100?thread_ts=1545387390.005400&cid=C5T9GPWFL. Works for me in the web app. Did we already know this and I just didn't get the memo?! More likely it's undocumented and liable to stop working one of these days. Only seems to work for nested comments, not top-level posts in channels.
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Walker Griggs

07/29/2023, 12:44 AM
Interesting 1. "gone but not forgotten" is a little terrifying for synchronous communication, but I guess we have to assume that no company will willingly discard user data 2. It's disheartening how much they pay for a "premium" workspace when it seems they run that level of persistence for free workspaces anyway.
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Kartik Agaram

07/29/2023, 12:46 AM
Yeah. You have to assume they retain everything because it does come back if you start paying. But it seems evil that they're literally just flipping bits to hide/show a post. It's not like it's stored in Glacier until you pay.
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Gregg Irwin

07/30/2023, 6:17 PM
It's like paying for a new "channel" on TV, or a module in an accounting system. Everything is already there, you just don't have access. Sales support: Just enter this code for the AR module. User: <blink> It's there! You mean it's been there the whole time!?
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