Automatically Subscribe to Threads We Post In [SOLVED]

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Automatically Subscribe to Threads We Post In [SOLVED]

Postby MtnDewManiac on Wed Mar 13, 2013 1:25 am

Definitely a newbie question, just not a "Mint OS" one. But I did not see a sub-forum specifically for 'site questions/issues, so here goes:

Is there an option to be automatically subscribed to all threads that we post in / create? (If so, where is it, please?)

Also: Minor nitpicking, but I found the option at the bottom of each thread we view that allows us to subscribe to the individual thread and it was, at first, confusing. There is the words/link "Subscribe topic" at the bottom of the page - but it displays a checkmark in a square( Image) beside it when the user is not, in fact, subscribed to the topic! Actually, this might not be considered minor nitpickiing; if it confused me, someone who has used computers enough to know that sometimes what we see is actually the opposite of what the person that created a thing expects us to infer, it's probably confusing to those who are new to computers, as well.

Respectfully,
MDM
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Re: Automatically Subscribe to Threads We Post In / Create?

Postby xenopeek on Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:06 am

You can configure that in your User Control Panel (top left of the page). Board Preferences > Posting defaults > Notify me upon replies by default.
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Re: Automatically Subscribe to Threads We Post In / Create?

Postby MtnDewManiac on Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:46 am

xenopeek,

Much appreciated, thank you.

Best regards,
MDM
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