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[Feature Request] Option to view English and French Community Hub questions together?

To Fizz maintainers, could we get an option to view all Community Hub questions regardless of language, instead of having separate communities? The questions could still be filtered by language for those who prefer it that way.

One way to implement this might be to add filter tags for language, much like Internet, Mobile, etc. The user's language setting could initially apply this filter, which maintains the current behavior, but then one could have the option to de-select the filter to see everything.

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Excellent suggestion hc0468

It's great to see people not only complaining but actually making suggestions and offering solutions to acheive it!

I hope you will be heard cause this would be a nice feature.

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Dani
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I absolutely agree! Je suis parfaitement d’accord!
We should all make this request to Fizz!

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this idea is awesome !

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Besides,a side benefit would be not to have to separately login again when switching from one language forum to the other.

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I totally agree, as a bilingual person who tends to look for help / offer assistance in both languages having it all in one place would be great!

Makes perfect sense!  That way, you can choose if you prefer French or English or if you prefer no filter (displaying both French and English).

+1 vote from me :-)

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Yes,
It's a very good idea!

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@Thanh Please stop spamming "Please close this thread".

I'd rather keep this feature request open for people to comment. Thanks.

UPDATE: Once again, I'm not the one who selected the "best answer" and closed this thread...