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Posted Monday, October 1, 2007 11:33 AM
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I used "My Recent Posts" to check if I replied to and others replied to me at the topics I am currently working with in different forums. I don't really want to check "Notify By Email", this will generate too may emails if for example a popular topic is discussed.
Now I can not find this feature. Please, point it put to me.

Also - what is "No email notification, just add to the list"

Thanks,
Yelena



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Posted Monday, October 1, 2007 9:52 PM


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If you click your name in a thread (left side), you'll get to your profile, which has it. I know, it's dumb.

We're working on exposing this elsewhere and hope to deploy it this week.







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Posted Monday, October 8, 2007 3:37 AM
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Thanks for the feedback!

If you look near the top of the page, on the menu that includes "Control Panel" etc., there's a new item: "My Posts".

Also, on the vertical menu on the left-hand edge of the screen, there's now "Active Threads".

These new items simply make it easier to access the functionality that was always there but hard to find.
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Posted Tuesday, October 9, 2007 8:17 AM
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Veeeery nice - thanks!


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WOW, that was hard to find! Any way of making that more obvious like on other forums? Thank you!
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Yelena Varshal (10/1/2007)
I used "My Recent Posts" to check if I replied to and others replied to me at the topics I am currently working with in different forums. I don't really want to check "Notify By Email", this will generate too may emails if for example a popular topic is discussed.
Now I can not find this feature. Please, point it put to me.

Also - what is "No email notification, just add to the list"

Thanks,
Yelena


As a suggestion, just add a rule to your local email to sequester all emails from SSC in a separate folder. When you feel like it, do a sort by the title and easily delete the dupes or the titles you're not interested in.

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