How to trace old Kudoz questions?
Thread poster: Eleni Makantani

Eleni Makantani
Greece
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Aug 29, 2008

Hello,
I have located a term in the KOG, and I am now interested in finding the suggestions and the discussion that might have taken place when the said question was open. Is this possible? How?

Thanks a lot!


 

Astrid Elke Witte  Identity Verified
Germany
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How did you access the KOG? Aug 29, 2008

Hello Eleni,

I know that there are other ways to access the KOG. However, if you search for the term using the "Proz.com term search" option in the Kudoz menu, you will normally get the page where the Kudoz question was originally asked.


Astrid


 

Eleni Makantani
Greece
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You are very right... Aug 29, 2008

... it works as you say. However, when I did my research, through Proz.com term search, I didn't notice that the particular term came from somebody's personal glossary, and that's why I only get source and target term...icon_frown.gif I'll keep it in mind for future searches.

Thank you, Astrid, for answering.


 


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