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  • I'm a little slow

    Ok, sometimes it REALLY takes me a while to catch on.

    Found something new today and thought I would share (I'm probably the only one that hadn't figure this out, but oh well) you can "subscribe" to threads if you want to save a thread to refer back to.

    I find searching for past threads very tedious and usually time consuming because I can't ever remember what exactly I'm searching for.

    While in the thread you want to subscribe to, click on Thread Tools. A drop down list appears. Click on Subscribe to this Thread. Then when you want to refer back to it in the future, just click on Quick Links, then Subscribed Threads and a list of all of your subscribed threads appears.

    I learned something new today. Too Cool.
    "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

  • #2
    You can also set the subscribed threads to e-mail you whenever there is a new post to that thread...



    • #3
      Guess what Kelly, I didn't know that either. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.

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      • #4
        Great tip and thanks for getting my last post off the radar!!!

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        • #5
          Thanx from me as well With my work schedule I have a devil of a time keeping up sometimes
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          • #6
            Originally posted by MikeDingas
            Great tip and thanks for getting my last post off the radar!!!
            Nah, we haven't forgotten that one yet, Mike....

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