Occasionally an entry might be made under an author erroneously (in the event that multiple experts are sharing a console and making alternating entries for example). It is possible to include the actual author as a co-author after the fact, which currently allows them to edit/correct entries, but it would be nice if a co-author could claim ownership of the entry (swapping them with the primary author). The non-author could then be removed from the co-author list, potentially making questions on the given entry more straight forward, allowing them to be directed to the actual author of the entry.
#1 Updated by Kyle Hazelwood about 2 years ago
- Category set to Client
- Status changed from New to Assigned
- Assignee set to Kyle Hazelwood
- Target version set to Version 2.0
I don't think allowing the users to do this is wise. We must have some certainty about who made the original entry. Super admins should have a convenient way to correct the entries. The server allows super admins to do this, the client just hasn't been updated.