MyTopics (Staff:'done')
Thread poster: xxx xxx
xxx xxx
Local time: 11:50
May 15, 2003

I would like to suggest you introduce an item \"MyTopics\" in the Forums Site so that one can more easily keep track of the discussions one has contributed to.



I keep looking for them for hours (or so it seems to me) because they move farther down in the list when there are other topics posted and also, because I cannot always remember which forum was the right one.



Diane



[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2005-02-02 22:29]


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Forum Tracking May 15, 2003

Hi Diane,

I\'m not sure if you\'re aware of the forum tracking functions available to Platinum members.



If you want to keep track of a thread you post yourself, check the \"Notify by email when replies are posted\" box (last of the options shown).



HTH - Ralf


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Dyran Altenburg  Identity Verified
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Not the same May 15, 2003

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On 2003-05-15 11:49, Lemster wrote:

If you want to keep track of a thread you post yourself, check the \"Notify by email when replies are posted\" box (last of the options shown).





What I would like to have is a way to track my own messages, not the whole forum.



This option is not yet available, AFAIK.

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Andrea Bullrich  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:50
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My Topics May 15, 2003

Great idea! I fully support it.

This made me think, it would also be nice if I could see just the threads I´m tracking (not necessarily the ones I´m contributing to). Let´s wait and see

Andrea

[ This Message was edited by: AIM on 2003-05-15 13:17]


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xxx xxx
Local time: 11:50
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forum tracking May 15, 2003

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On 2003-05-15 11:49, Lemster wrote:

Hi Diane,

I\'m not sure if you\'re aware of the forum tracking functions available to Platinum members.



If you want to keep track of a thread you post yourself, check the \"Notify by email when replies are posted\" box (last of the options shown).



HTH - Ralf





I thought the forum tracking function would only let me know whether there is any new posting to the forum, not only to one single topic in a specific forum. I would not want to be informed about any new message in an entire forum.



Cheers,



Diane





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Boyan Kostadinov  Identity Verified
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Similar Feature Available May 15, 2003

Not exactly what you suggested but we do have a similar feature that will alow you to track a single thread inside any forum (as long as you are a Platinum Member) instead of the whole forum.



Just look at any thread and you should see the \'Track Thread\' option on top or the bottom of the thread.


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xxx xxx
Local time: 11:50
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Thank you! Jun 5, 2003

Many thanks for putting my suggestion into practice!

Diane


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