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Topic # 85934 28-Jun-2011 13:11
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I'm posting this here because not everyone reads our Geekzone forum...

Basically we have added a new option to help you folks keep on top of forum discussions here on Geekzone.

- Watch Topic: this is available on each individual topic. You will receive notification for that topic, without people knowing you are watching it. It's the same as replying to a topic with notification set, without actually having to post a reply.

- Watch Forum: this is available on each individual forum. You will receive an email when a new topic is created on that specific forum you are watching.

- Auto Watch: this is the new option, available on each individual forum. It's the equivalent of you clicking Watch Topic for every single new topic created on that specific forum you set Auto Watch.

Remember, you can change your profile settings to receive forum notifications for every new reply (default), or alternatively hourly and daily notifications (handy if you are participating in lots of high traffic discussions with many replies).





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  Reply # 486879 28-Jun-2011 13:48
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Nice additions, very useful. Whilst on the topic of Forums changes, did you get a chance to consider the suggestion made a few weeks back regarding adding 'top of page' code to the forums?




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  Reply # 487355 29-Jun-2011 11:35
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Also note that I just made a change and you can now toggle "Watch Forum" ON/OFF directly in the forum pages, like "Auto Watch".




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