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    The forum format will allow orderly thread following and exchange of ideas for Tim’s users. Try it, it is fairly easy to understand and use.

    #12559 Reply

    For someone who relies on the recent comments part of the old site, what’s the best way to keep up with the most recent comments without having to click on each recently updated section?

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    Bur Davis

    Try a feed reader. I use Feedbro. It allows me to see all new posts across the entire site, categorized at the granularity I desire (one feed for entire site, one feed per page). There was a learning curve for me (I had never used a feed reader before), maybe sort of 30 minutes of fiddling around and figuring out what it could do.

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    howard philipson


    Under FORUM;

    The section menu displays the date and time of the latest posts

    #12745 Reply

    Thanks-is an rss feeder available on a phone? That’s how I keep track of this page.
    also, I do scan the times of last post, but the main topics page is often inaccurate even after reloading the page. For instance, my sandbox says last updated 2 minutes ago, when in the subtopics page it says 31 minutes.

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