Always good to support the forums with the XDA app
So basically what you want is when you click on a link on any other app (mail for eg. since its giving you notifications). You need to clear all the defaults you have set around with your browsers. (do it from settings»applications»manage»here).
After that whenever you click on a link, it will show up a popup to chose the app to procede for the link. If the link is from xda use tapatalk (it'll take you to the post right away), if from other site, use your preffered browser. Again do not set anything as default as tapatalk cannot open other sites and you will need to clear the defaults again.
A Hero Can Be Anyone.
Dear Bruce Wayne,
I just wanted to say thank you again for helping me to use the TapaTalk 2 app (XDA app works the same way)!
It has changed everything with regard to posting for me! It used to truly suck the way I had to do it with blowing up the web site (see my original post above) and for a year, I could not find/get the info on how to do it using either the XDA, or TapaTalk apps. But now, after doing it the very simple way you showed me, it is a really great experience! Plus I figured out how to quote the message you're responding to (you tap the msg, not the menu, which only has "Reply" in it).
I know it's nothing from your perspective, but when you haven't been able to do it for the whole year or so you've had the apps and no one answers you, figuring you need to read (but it's not in any docs/faq) and you're disabled and need it working, well, then it means a whole lot!
So thank you again Bruce!
And thanks to the other gentleman for the informative link as well!
Now let me see if I can figure out how to do one of those "Thank You" tags on your message. Hahaha!
Sent using TapaTalk2 on my way cool
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Touch the post and it will give you all options including multiple quotes. Feel free to ask anything
A Hero Can Be Anyone.
I don't know you can draw XDA app to superman wearing his underwear on the outside? May be except they both don't make sense to me as a user.
yet, the rest of your argument is from server-sidepoint of view, not users...
that's fine, I understand, I have no issue with XDA asking for donation or anything. But how is this an reason for an independent forum app? There are thousands of forums, many with millions of members and I am a member of many forums. I don't see the logic for me to download independent app for each of these forum if they each had one.
what does my ability to manage a server with 4m users have to do with my original question?
Reread your thread title and OP. Nowhere does it state that it's directed to people who use multiple forums, and you probably would have received different replies completely if you had made that clear. All you did was make the XDA app seem useless, which is wrong, because for people who only use XDA there's no point paying for tapatalk.my question was direction at people who post at a number of forums, use tapatalk and use XDA app as well. I don't get the point of having XDA app.