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    Open notifications in M-Forums app
    Has anyone worked out a way to open email post notifications in the M-Forums iOS app?
    Opening a notification in a browser which is the default action is way too small for me to read.
    Holding my finger on the link gives me a range of options but I haven't managed to find a way to add the M-Forums app to that list. Has anyone else found a way?


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    To be honest Rod, even though I really like the Mac-Forums app, I don't use it on my iPhone 8. The screen just does not lend itself very well for replying and especially for moderation. I use my iPad Pro instead with its 10.5" screen and smart keyboard.

    I can understand your frustration with the email notifications being too small to comfortably read. I have to read thru every post and contact mail so I have that option turned off.

    Looks like your next iPhone is going to be an iPhone 12 Pro Max. LOL

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    Yeah, I get the point, something I've been trying to avoid really. I can understand why you would need the larger screen of the iPad, especially for moderation. i just don't understand why the M-Forums app doesn't appear in the list of applications available to open the link.
    A long press on the link gives me options to open it in from Notes to Air Drop and or an Application. When I open that list M-Forums is not included. Siri and Suggestions is turned on for the app but, well, its just not an option. I was hoping someone brighter than me may have found a way. The app is quite legible for me to read and comment on but a browser shows the full web site and thats just impossible for me.
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    In addition, some time ago opening a link via Safari would offer an option at the top of the window to open theink in the M-Forums app. It still does this with Face Book and Tapatalk but no longer with M-Forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod View Post
    In addition, some time ago opening a link via Safari would offer an option at the top of the window to open theink in the M-Forums app. It still does this with Face Book and Tapatalk but no longer with M-Forums.
    Have you tried to clear history and website data, to see if it restores that feature?
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