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Topic # 30373 5-Feb-2009 20:55
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Is there an option (or ever will be) for when you login to geekzone, you can see a list of threads you have posted to and have an indication of new posts on it?

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Reply # 194370 5-Feb-2009 21:47
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Currently we show replies to discussions you started in your Public profile page. I never had anyone asking to see discussions where replies were posted - people can track via e-mail notifications or RSS feeds for each forum. Might look into a replies listing too...

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  Reply # 194400 6-Feb-2009 00:15
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problem with the email notification is that it doesnt contain the actual text, and you get an email for each reply which can get a bit much on a busy thread.

I've been wishing that we had the option that djshadow suggests - i've used it on other sites - but wishing was as far as i got :-)

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  Reply # 194412 6-Feb-2009 03:19
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It would be great if there was a way to receive only one e-mail notification until you'd visited the thread again. Once you'd done this, you'd get another e-mail notification the next time a message was posted to the topic.

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