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Old 03-23-2019, 07:53 AM   #1
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I have a couple of questions about viewing your own posts in your profile:

first how are they organized?. are the latest posts at the top?

and also can I ssearch within my posts

(looking for a few to show someone who is interested in the sort of stuff I go through)
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I have a question, too.

Is there a way to download so you can easily save all your posts?
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I have a couple of questions about viewing your own posts in your profile:

first how are they organized?. are the latest posts at the top?

and also can I ssearch within my posts

(looking for a few to show someone who is interested in the sort of stuff I go through)
cants search inside profile but if you go to top of regular page to the normal search tab then click on advances search this will allow you to put a key word and your own name in the member slot.

this will bring up any posts you have wrote with that word in it.

example I want to find any posts i talked about integration in...

I click search. mark the option of posts then click on advanced search.

in key word I put the word integration
in user name I put amandalouise
in the forum I search I make sure its marked all

then I click search now.

that brings up all posts of mine that contain the word integration.

you can fine tune this by if you know a more narrow key word you used in that post you are looking for or which forum you posted it in.

another thing I do is I subscribe to certain threads that I write that are frequent go back to's that others may need or want. you know the ones I have added links to or special information.

forgot to add my posts in my profile are listed most recent first as in any I write today will be on the first page, posts I wrote weeks ago will be back farther on page 20 or 30 for example. page 1 for me is always the posts I write today and yesterday.

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cants search inside profile but if you go to top of regular page to the normal search tab then click on advances search this will allow you to put a key word and your own name in the member slot.

this will bring up any posts you have wrote with that word in it.

example I want to find any posts i talked about integration in...

I click search. mark the option of posts then click on advanced search.

in key word I put the word integration
in user name I put amandalouise
in the forum I search I make sure its marked all

then I click search now.

that brings up all posts of mine that contain the word integration.

you can fine tune this by if you know a more narrow key word you used in that post you are looking for or which forum you posted it in.

another thing I do is I subscribe to certain threads that I write that are frequent go back to's that others may need or want. you know the ones I have added links to or special information.

forgot to add my posts in my profile are listed most recent first as in any I write today will be on the first page, posts I wrote weeks ago will be back farther on page 20 or 30 for example. page 1 for me is always the posts I write today and yesterday.


I can't wait to actually try your first suggestion, thanks.

it actually makes a lot of sense
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