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How do you Keep track of diffrent forums


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Hi Guys

i don't know but i'm participating in a lot of forums
and it's very hard to Keep track of

and i always Forget about a forum
and it take a lot of time to check them

what do you do to Keep a track of all these stuff ??
is there a program ? or site of some sort ??
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Hi Guys

i don't know but i'm participating in a lot of forums
and it's very hard to Keep track of

and i always Forget about a forum
and it take a lot of time to check them

what do you do to Keep a track of all these stuff ??
is there a program ? or site of some sort ??



Hi todo,

I don't fully understand your question.
GeeksToGo!tm is the only forum I use daily, all others are considered read-only.
If I want / need to know something I'll search around, but -for me- Google works better then bookmarking a lot of forums..


If you forget about certain forums, are they even worth remembering then?

My advice: focus on the good one(s), leave the rest for what they are... :)
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well something like an RSS readr but for forum
so you want go from Book mark to book mark checking about topic you started
it will fetch those updates automatic to you
mm i looked at softpedia and found
Forum Buzz

I need something good not something will screw up

i don't know if such program excite but anyway worth trying
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