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#150354 19-Jul-2014 21:35
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I access maybe some 2-30 forums and i make maybe 10-20 comments ad ay on FB and other social media sites. Have you or have you seen a soloution to managing them?

Disquos is great for keeing track but not all use disquos

I imagine something like when I want to reply to a thread in geekzone i right mouse click and it brings up a box I type the reply in and it automatically saves it and gives it a number and its stored in a DB
I then go to the message box and paste the comment in the message
This is then sent

If and when somone replies "somehow" it flags the initial database on my computer

thats simple enough to build ...... off you go...




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  #1093114 21-Jul-2014 15:34
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Tapatalk is probably the closest existing thing, lots of forums support it (but not Geekzone iirc).

It comes as an app for iPhone/ipad/Mac, Android, Windows Phone and Windows 8
 
https://tapatalk.com/ 



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  #1093566 22-Jul-2014 11:31
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Ragnor: Tapatalk is probably the closest existing thing, lots of forums support it (but not Geekzone iirc).

It comes as an app for iPhone/ipad/Mac, Android, Windows Phone and Windows 8
 
https://tapatalk.com/ 

 Thats not a bad looking app!

Will have a play

In th end what I have done is the following

If i comment on a blog or a forume etc etc
I go to a notebook in onenote that i set up called Journal
I add a page
right click on the page select date and in the title I insert date

then i drag the web address to the page which translaets and embeds a link back




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