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what links to use for "my post" and "new posts"

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Kaiser:
Hi Guys,

There are two links/urls that I’m trying to find on this forum:

- “my posts”, which lists all the threads that I posted in and
- “new posts”, which lists all the new posts since I last checked for new posts.

I found them very useful in other forums and miss them here. I found a link for “my posts” under my profile, but the formatting was such that it was difficult for me to tell if there have been new posts in a given thread.

I think we also need an admin forum, where we can post questions like this.

Kai

garyg:
Hi Kai,

You can find a list of your posts under profile.  In Profile Info, click on "show posts".

Any boards that have new posts since you last logged in have a colored envelope.  Boards with no new posts have a gray envelope.

Kaiser:
Gary,

I noticed the list of my posts but find it a bit awkward to use since it actually shows the complete posts when all I’m interested in is a list of threads that I posted in with the indication if that thread has received a new post. I use this to follow up on threads that I posted in. When I don’t have much time, looking at this list may is oftentimes all I do.

Thanks,
Kai

jds:
I'd like to second Kai's request. On several forums (fora?) I frequent, there are links that display the titles of all the threads I've posted in, and also all the threads with new posts since my last visit.  They are useful tools for skimming the topics I'm interested in.

hamiltont:

--- Quote from: Kaiser on November 04, 2009, 11:57:08 AM ---Gary,

I noticed the list of my posts but find it a bit awkward to use since it actually shows the complete posts when all I’m interested in is a list of threads that I posted in with the indication if that thread has received a new post. I use this to follow up on threads that I posted in. When I don’t have much time, looking at this list may is oftentimes all I do.

Thanks,
Kai



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Ditto & Thanks!!!

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