Would it be possible to introduce further subforums?
Thread poster: Attila Piróth

Attila Piróth  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 10:19
Member
English to Hungarian
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Sep 6, 2007

Forum topics run over several pages under almost any non-English forum. Could these be refined? It would not be very difficult for moderators to choose an a appropriate set of subforums.
Similarly, it would be very useful in private forums. I regularly work with a team, and using a private forum for discussing any issues related to our common projects is very comfortable. It would be very practical if a new subfolder could be created for each new project. All information related to a particular project would then be grouped in a simple way.
Attila


 

xxxGabi Ancarol
Italy
Italian to Spanish
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good idea! Sep 6, 2007

Fully agree

 

Ivette Camargo López  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 10:19
English to Spanish
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U got my vote, too! Sep 7, 2007

Hi,

I have always thought that for the non-English forums there should be at least two sections: off-topic & translation-related.

Best,

Ivette


 

María Florencia Vita
Local time: 05:19
SITE STAFF
Thanks for the good suggestion! Sep 7, 2007

Hi all,

I have tagged this suggestion for future development.

I also believe it is a good idea. Thanks again for suggesting it!

Kind regards,
Florencia


 


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