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fflowergirl

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While trying to help a GEEK friend through PM find this answer;
I discovered something myself. :tazz:

If we click on our ID name and then either click on:
Find members topics
Find members posts


It will take us to the MOST RECENT reply that we made here at GEEKS.

What I discovered is that I missed a lot of answers to some of my topics
and a lot of follow-up AFTER some of my replies.

This is a COOL feature of GEEKS and very helpful in finding the threads
we have posted on, starting with the most recent.

Sincerely, Janie :)

Edited by fflowergirl, 06 September 2005 - 06:54 AM.

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Cranky

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fflowergirl

Thats why its important to get to know your control panel and other things.
Look at top of page.

My Controls · View New Posts · My Assistant · New Messages

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fflowergirl

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Hi Cranky. (Are you?) :)

I had never clicked on any of those choices at the top of the page.
(Except the 'messages' when someone sends me a P.M.)

For me, I do not care to read "View recent posts" as that takes me all over the
entire GEEK site. :)

I prefer this XP site almost exclusively. :tazz:

Sincerely, Janie :)

Edited by fflowergirl, 02 September 2005 - 09:15 AM.

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Check that Enable e-mail notification of replies is ticked, when you post or reply to a topic, so you get told about answers.

Check your e-mail address is correct in my controls, change e-mail address
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Thanks for that helpful hint, Keith...I did not have that enabled!

I have my picture in my profile now if anyone wants to see what
janieflowergirl looks like. :tazz:

(Just click on fflowergirl and it will take you there.)

The picture was taken yesterday in one of my gardens.
The big leaves are Elephant Ears!

Edited by fflowergirl, 06 September 2005 - 07:02 AM.

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