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Help needed. If I want to look up a post [...]


Conwy
via The Full Circle Project
Help needed.

If I want to look up a post I did weeks back. What's the easiest way to go about it?

Another question. Once I find it (easily) if I want to copy the status link. How do I bring up the status page?

Thanks
Gaynor
Hi Phil, go to your profile page and your list of postings should be there
Friday 22 July 2016, 18:37:40
Mat Dowle
Gaynor is correct, go to your own profile page and all your posts should be towards the bottom left of the page. Once you find the post you are looking for, click the little cog icon and select "permalink" to get the link for that status post
Friday 22 July 2016, 18:41:36
Phillpots
Thanks Gaynor. I find looking back to be a bit hit and miss with trying to find a subject I started say two weeks ago. If there is no other way then this might be something Matt could look at improving in the future.
Friday 22 July 2016, 18:42:21
Phillpots
Thanks Mat I will try this
Friday 22 July 2016, 18:43:05
Mat Dowle
Something I'm currently working on is a system to categorise all posts into topics (making things work slightly more like a topic based forum system) so all posts on specific topics will be collated into one place.
Friday 22 July 2016, 18:44:53
Phillpots
OK. So if I make post I must bookmark so I can easily find it afterwords. If that is the case then I know where I've been going wrong. Thanks
Friday 22 July 2016, 18:46:13
Phillpots
Hi Mat. I've just bookmarked a few of my posts and I took a look at how they are displayed in Bookmarks. That's great but how do I find the status page of these bookmarks so I can copy and paste to a new post as a link for reference to show others? That's the example I was after
Friday 22 July 2016, 18:50:19
Phillpots
Took me a while but I finally figured it out. Thanks Mat and Gaynor. Happy Days.
Friday 22 July 2016, 19:10:52
Phillpots
Shows how thick I am really.
Friday 22 July 2016, 19:11:43
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