A custom search facility would be fantastic, one click for a search of new posts in saved areas. Can you add that to your list of things to ask SmokeyJoe for please? Never know, it might be possible.
Yeh, but only after my requested subforums....lol
Originally Posted by Kate
That would be nice though too!
OK, with some research, I found the thread the OP was talking about. Yes, it was by Justpuffin and in his forum and was about an oxygen supplement he also sells. This has since been deleted by JP himself so I am editing the OP to take that part out of it. The rest will be left open for discussion.
No sense in hashing over stuff that has nothing to do with ecigs and no longer exists.
Last edited by ZambucaLu; 05-03-2009 at 03:29 AM.
It would help a lot if you could go to a chosen subforum, and then choose to see all new posts in that subforum. That way you could work through whatever forums would be of interest to you. (So on the top-indexpage you would get ALL the new posts if you chose it there; and in subforums you would get only the new posts of that subforum).
Sorry Lu, only just saw this! Great tip, thanks for reminding me as it was one I'd forgotten :-) Thing is, there are SO many supplier forums now, that clicking the envelope next to each one takes almost as long as trying to skip through what are now nearly 500 new posts a day... If only there was also an option to mark the entire supplier parent forum as "read" (same as one can collapse and hide it by clicking on the little arrows), but there isn't...
Originally Posted by SambucaLu
I tried the "New info posts" too, and strangely it showed a slightly higher number of posts than "Today's Posts" even if supplier forums didn't show! BUT, aha! those posts go back days and days, not just the past 24 hrs or whatever, so "today's" posts are much less there, maybe 100 as opposed to 500. I think some forums other than supplier ones might be missing from "New info posts" but I'm not sure which as I really just skipped through it to have a quick peek. Either way, it reduces the amount of "today's" posts enormously!
Anyway, thanks for that tip as I thought the link to "New info posts" was for admin info posts... duh.