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Quick Link?

Thread began 2/18/2010 11:21 am by neilo | Last modified 2/19/2010 1:45 pm by neilo | 729 views | 6 replies


Quick Link?

Anna Robinson

  You may also notice that we have updated the Support History page in the Your Account section of our website to show the most recent threads you participated in. This provides quick links you can use instead of navigating within the forums. If you ever want to see ALL the threads you have participated in, click Search > Advanced Search in the nav bar of this forum. Type your forum user name in the User Name field. Use the other fields if you require further filtering and click the Search Now button.  

Going to the Support History Page in your account to find the most recent threads is really not a 'quick' link, at least not without a 'remember me' option or without the autocomplete function re-enabled. We've been through this before. The 'quick' link is through your user name at the top right of the forum page, > Statistics, # Find all posts by you # Find all threads started by you.

Hope you didn't put the 'quick link' bit in the video.

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