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If I start a thread how do I tell the website to email me when people reply?.

Thanksbruce..

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Brucenznz wrote:.

If I start a thread how do I tell the website to email me when peoplereply?.

You don't.and can't..

DPR doesn't offer that feature..

You just have to check your 'My Threads' page..

Be warned.the 'My Threads' page only notifies you of new posts to a topic you have posted in for 30 days.then you just have to search out those threads if you want to keep track of them..

J. D.Colorful Colorado.

Remember.always keep your receipt, the box, and everything that came in it!..

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MusicDoctorDJ wrote:.

Be warned.the 'My Threads' page only notifies you of new poststo a topic you have posted in for 30 days.then you just have tosearch out those threads if you want to keep track of them..

My Threads - Or as I like to call it - "Defending my honor"DPR tracks ALL your threads. On the My Threads page is a blurb:.

My Threads gives you an instant picture of the discussions (threads) in which you have participated (recent 25 threads), it enables you to quickly jump back to any of these discussions (across all forums). As a shortcut you can click on NEW or NEW to jump to the first new message (since you last visited that forum) in a thread. 25 threads retrieved. Click __here__ to see all threads..

By clicking on My Threads, then clicking on the Click __here__ to see all threads,you can see every thread you've ever participated in..

DOF..

Comment #2

Good explanation!.

I've added the "My Threads" URL to "Favourites" and use it as my access to DPR, going on to the News etc after I've looked for replies to anything that I'm still interested in..

Not quite an email service, but pretty simple nevertheless!.

Peter.

Peter - on the green island of Ischiahttp://www.pbase.com/isolaverde..

Comment #3

Dad_of_four wrote:.

By clicking on My Threads, then clicking on the Click __here__ to seeall threads,you can see every thread you've ever participated in..

This is true.you can see all of the threads you've ever posted in, but still, after 30 days, they are no longer bumped to the top of the list..

So, if someone posted today in a thread that you first posted in over a year ago, it still will be back a year ago in your 'My Threads' and not bumped to the top..

And, in 'My Thread', it won't show that someone has posted to it after your 30 day subscription has expired..

I wish DPR would turn this off so that we would get notification of postings regardless of how long afterword that someone posts to a topic..

Don't see where this would be a big issue to implement..

J. D.Colorful Colorado.

Remember.always keep your receipt, the box, and everything that came in it!..

Comment #4

You can also click on your name in the "posted by" column (clicking anyone else's gets their posts). I don't know if it handles new answers to old posts, but that should "bump" them forward on the list, getting green and red indicators on view status...

Comment #5

Thanks everyone - I will bookmark my threads..

Bruce..

Comment #6

MusicDoctorDJ wrote:.

Dad_of_four wrote:.

By clicking on My Threads, then clicking on the Click __here__ to seeall threads,you can see every thread you've ever participated in..

This is true.you can see all of the threads you've ever postedin, but still, after 30 days, they are no longer bumped to the top ofthe list..

So, if someone posted today in a thread that you first posted in overa year ago, it still will be back a year ago in your 'My Threads' andnot bumped to the top..

And, in 'My Thread', it won't show that someone has posted to itafter your 30 day subscription has expired..

I admit I don't know the correct figure, but 30 days is I think shorter than the actual time permitted..

Today "my threads" showed that a new post was added (today) to a thread which dated back to early January, about two months ago. I think I've seen this sort of thing happen before, possibly with even older threads.Regards,Peter..

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Sherwoodpete wrote:.

I admit I don't know the correct figure, but 30 days is I thinkshorter than the actual time permitted.Today "my threads" showed that a new post was added (today) to athread which dated back to early January, about two months ago. Ithink I've seen this sort of thing happen before, possibly with evenolder threads..

It may not be 30 days.but one month (or something close)..

Yours may be an anomoly, or perhaps your first post in that topic was made since the beginning of the topic..

Or perhaps they've listened to us and finally changed it (we can only hope)..

Mine drop off the radar after about a month, then I have to go searching if I want to keep track of a topic..

J. D.Colorful Colorado.

Remember.always keep your receipt, the box, and everything that came in it!..

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