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Old 03-09-2010, 04:13 PM   #1
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What does "Subscribe to Thread" mean?
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What does "Subscribe to Thread" mean?
It is a nice feature that lets you 'bookmark' a thread you want to find again easily. Normally when you post on a thread it automatically subscribes it for you (I think you can change this setting, but this is the default). So this would be if you just want to read it but not post on it.

Under your information in the upper left portion of the screen is a link that says "subcribed threads". When you click on it just those are displayed. So, for example, if you see a thread on a new feature that you want to read more about later, or maybe even post to later, you can scribe to it and then it will be very easy to find when you have time to go back to it.

I generally look first at my subscribed threads to see what is happening in the areas I am most interested in. Then I will look through a couple pages of new posts (the link right under the subcribed threads link) and then if I have time after checking the front page, I will browse the forum.



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Old 03-09-2010, 04:17 PM   #2
 
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View Post Originally Posted by MyPersian
What does "Subscribe to Thread" mean?
It is a nice feature that lets you 'bookmark' a thread you want to find again easily. Normally when you post on a thread it automatically subscribes it for you (I think you can change this setting, but this is the default). So this would be if you just want to read it but not post on it.

Under your information in the upper left portion of the screen is a link that says "subcribed threads". When you click on it just those are displayed. So, for example, if you see a thread on a new feature that you want to read more about later, or maybe even post to later, you can scribe to it and then it will be very easy to find when you have time to go back to it.

I generally look first at my subscribed threads to see what is happening in the areas I am most interested in. Then I will look through a couple pages of new posts (the link right under the subcribed threads link) and then if I have time after checking the front page, I will browse the forum.



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Old 03-10-2010, 05:11 AM   #3
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Default Re: What does "Subscribe to Thread" mean?

Whe I log in I often go to my user CP and my subscribed threads are right there...The threads with the most recent posts are shown first, just like any area in the forum. I would need to scroll through to another page if I want to see a house thread for example that doesn't get posted on much.

Subscribing is great during events where you are going to receive updates for finding the ghost, the leprechaun, Doug and so forth... you won't need to bother searching for the thread every time.

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Old 03-10-2010, 08:32 AM   #4
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i didn't know that ether. thanks for making the thread and thank you pollywog and CheekyDB for posting.
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