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wwguy

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Posted: 29 Jan 2013, 15:46
More then often i have read a topic of interest to me at that time however i have no immediate comment although I would like to read that topic again the next or following day.

Is there someway to mark that topic for my review at a later date/time ?
erika2633

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Posted: 29 Jan 2013, 16:37
There isn't really a way to 'tag' or 'follow' it.. if you are on your personal computer, you could either bookmark it (and then erase the bookmark when you're done), keep a window/tab open with that thread on it, or just comment something like "Just commenting to find later" and then you can find it in your recent replies.


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wwguy

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Posted: 30 Jan 2013, 13:51
Thanks for your response and excellent suggestion.



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