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Messaging username Autocomplete

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Is there a way to message a user from their profile view? I only found "New Message" in my Messages panel, which has no autocompletion while entering a username into the "To" field. This isn't a deal breaker but would certainly be helpful. Does the forum software have the ability to perform autocomplete during username entry? Or did I miss a link somewhere?

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Hi @xisle, if you go to a user's profile and choose 'Send message', the username is copied to the 'To:' field. If you go to messages directly you can type in the username, however there's no autocomplete currently. You can tag users like I did in this post and the user will get a notification. This also doesn't have autocomplete currently, but it's on our list of features for the future.

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