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it'd be nice to order the threads that you have.... Say you make an A/S shop really soon to when you come to WI. you post a lot of threads, and check on your A/S shop every while. soon, not many customers come, and you forget about it way back on page6.
So, what i really was suggesting was to be able to order the list of your own threads, so the most important ones stay on the first page, etc. Comments/ Suggestions?
Well for starters, you can't make an avvie & siggie shop soon after joining WI. There are requirements, and one of them is the 50 non-fluff post minimum. A shop is a big responsibility and should be checked every time you log in. Daily is ideal.
If a thread is not posted on, it will scroll down the page. This is to make room for new threads. It would not be fair to others if you could maintain your rarely-used thread at the top.
To keep track of your threads, you can subscribe to them. Then you can always find them easily. Just click on Thread Tools on top of the first post.
Well, all you have to do is go to your profile, hit statistics, and then your threads come up. Besides, having an A&S shop is a big responsibility. So, i don't really see a need for this suggestion. Sorry.
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