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TOPIC: A way to mark board posts for future reference?

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December 28, 2012 4:11 PM
I'd like a function where you can save or pin or mark (or something) posts on the forum you find helpful (cool recipes or hacks or inspirational stuff). Maybe there's already a way, and I'm just missing it?
December 28, 2012 4:13 PM
Great idea. I joined a forum and can't find my original post.
December 28, 2012 4:30 PM
there's always bookmarks which of course only work for the computer (or phone or "device") that you're on at the time you bookmark it unless your bookmarks are synced across your devices.

To "find" posts that you've made in the past right under your username here in the forums there's a "join date" and then
posts: # of posts.. click that number it will take you to a spot where you can see up to 20 pages of 25 posts each or 500 of your most recent forum posts.
Also available from your "my home > profile" by scrolling down to "my recent forum posts" it has the 2 most recent but beside that "title" is "view all" which takes you to the same 500 most recent forum posts.

Or also look above the original post... in the line that says
"home > Recent posts > MY TOPICS > settings > search"
that MY TOPICS link is to your 25 threads you've posted in that have the most recent activity.
December 28, 2012 6:37 PM
What about the whole "I'm bumping this for future" posts? I never got those-how do you bump a thread to save it??
December 28, 2012 6:42 PM
the "bump" would put it in "my topics" (my topics being a storing house for threads you've posted in that have had the most recent activity") it's not perfect, sometimes you'll have an 18 month old thread being bumped by a new user who found it via search instead of starting a new post... and that can then replace a thread you posted on this week depending on your posting frequency.

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