I am looking for a button or something that I can click here to see POST SINCE MY LAST VISIT - or something like that.

Is there such a thing here?
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up at the top left of forums section, there's a row of buttons marked "Go" "New" "Find"....

click "Find" then select "New since your last visit"
When I come to the forums only the forums with new posts or replies are have light bulbs lit up. Then when I traverse into those forums only the threads that are new or have new posts light up. Thus it's pretty easy to tell which things are new since my last visit.

If that isn't working something might be going on with your cookies for community.auctiva.com. I also noticed that it didn't work that way when I wasn't signed in.
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Originally posted by Auctiva Jeff:
When I come to the forums only the forums with new posts or replies are have light bulbs lit up. Then when I traverse into those forums only the threads that are new or have new posts light up. Thus it's pretty easy to tell which things are new since my last visit.

If that isn't working something might be going on with your cookies for community.auctiva.com. I also noticed that it didn't work that way when I wasn't signed in.


BUT you don't see that without going into each board - right?

Guess I am spoiled, lol. I have doing all this extra clicking I have to do here, lol. I know, I am just lazy, lol. I'll get used to it or just stop visiting, lol.
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click "Find" then select "New since your last visit"



Hey that's cool - never noticed that before but I usually go by the light bulb method myself Wink

Only each board that has a new post will light up. If there are no new posts in the "lounge" for example then it won't be lite up on the main page Smile
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Originally posted by wayoutwest:
up at the top left of forums section, there's a row of buttons marked "Go" "New" "Find"....

click "Find" then select "New since your last visit"


This seems to be more what I am used to.

Thanks!
I never use the "new posts" option on forums because I always figure I'm going to have to end up looking at the threads anyway to remember what they were about, what's been said, etc...

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