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What's that "Save To Favorites" link at the bottom?
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What's that "Save To Favorites" link at the bottom?
12-12-2009 2:52 PM

Hey guys, we've added a cool little feature for those of you who want to track your favorite threads, but do not want to receive an e-mail every time somebody replies. At the bottom of every thread there is now a link called "Save to Favorites", which will store the thread in a page that can be accessed through your User CP. Unlike thread Subscriptions, you will not receive an e-mail every time somebody posts a reply.

This is an easy way for you to follow your favorites, without being inundated with e-mail notices. You can delete any threads that you've lost interest in or don't want to follow anymore from the Favorite Threads page.

Just another cool little feature for you to play around with! [Image: 21.gif]

And, watch for more features and functionality to come!

Stop striving for PERFECTION, because the closer you get to achieving it the further the goalposts move away. Instead, concentrate on PROGRESS, because you that's a goal you can meet and surpass every day!

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12-12-2009 2:52 PM
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