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Michael Bastin  Identity Verified
Local time: 04:57
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Mar 9, 2006

Hello,

It would be great if one could have the ability to search for "Users" in the Search box on the right navigation menu.

You have
Terms [go]
Glosspost [go]
Members [go]
Articles [go]
Clients [go]
Forums [go]
FAQ [go]

but not Users. I often use this function, but since the cannot be found thru this search box.


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Joanna Borowska  Identity Verified
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Local time: 04:57
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Members include Users, too Mar 9, 2006

Do you mean you're not able to search for non-paying members? Or that you would like the terminology changed (Members/Users [go])? Because the search covers all ProZ.com members (both paying and non-paying).

[Edited at 2006-03-09 10:39]


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Michael Bastin  Identity Verified
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mea culpa Mar 9, 2006

It works if I tick members, oops, I had overseen it.

Maybe this Member is recent, because I don't recall it.

At http://www.proz.com/?sp=search however, it says, Users, the term which I was used to see.

So everything is all right.

Thanks

[Edited at 2006-03-09 13:16]


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