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  1. #1
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    Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    Other forum engines, and even other forums using this engine, have an easier way to find your own posts than manually finding one of your posts, clicking your name, and going to "find more posts"

    Ideally, you'd be able to click your name in the upper right where it says "Logged in as _____" and it'd take you to your homepage, where you'd find a "find my posts" and "find threads i've started" page. For an example, this is how Gateworld's forums (forum.gateworld.net) works and they use vBulletin too.

  2. #2
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    Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    This may be better posted in

    http://forums.lotro.com/forumdisplay.php?341


    but yes, /signed
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  3. #3
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    Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    set it to automatically suscribe to anything you post in.
    then you can just go to My Forums Settings and it shows everything you suscribed to THAT HAS A NEW POST. to view everything (nbew posts or not) click "list subscriptions"

  4. #4
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    Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    Couldn't agree more. I've wanted to catch up on threads I was involved in days previous and even using keywords to help narrow the search, sometimes it's 30 minutes or more before I can figure out where it is.

  5. #5
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    Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    I belong to another forum that uses VBulletin and you can simply go to your profile page to check your own posts.
    Why this has not been implemented here is totally beyond me. Of course, the forums in general need to be fixed.

    As it stands now the best way to find your own posts here is to have a post in a little used forum and then click on your name. It shouldn't be necessary to do this..

    So yes indeed...

    /signed


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  6. #6
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    Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    Quote Originally Posted by ArtemisNoir View Post
    Why this has not been implemented here is totally beyond me.
    Actually, it's default behaviour. They took out the profile page here, presumably to keep the profile based on the community site.

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    Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    /signed










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    Unhappy Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    *raises hand* I second, third.....100th the motion. I stumbled across something somewhere that I think was a link called "user posts" but......now I can't find again.
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    Re: Forums: Add an easier way to find your own posts

    Quote Originally Posted by Belriel View Post
    *raises hand* I second, third.....100th the motion. I stumbled across something somewhere that I think was a link called "user posts" but......now I can't find again.
    I'm sure it's been posted in this thread, but I didn't read the whole thing-- to find "user posts", click on your name (the one in the upper left, the yellow one) of any post you've made. Iirc, there's a 500 post limit to the memory, so not all posts will be shown if anyone is over that count.
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    Just wanting to check my history

  11. #11
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    /agreed

    Want easier ways to find things again.

 

 

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