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Marking all posts "read" feature?

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Post by gmcpcs » Thu Aug 20, 2015 2:57 pm

Sometime, perhaps in the future, if you could look to adding a feature where you can go to the "quick links" and read the "all unread" then push a button to mark all posts as "read", then you can pace your visits to this excellent resource. It's just my forum reading preference.

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Post by ninman » Thu Aug 20, 2015 3:59 pm

+1

on this suggestion.

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Post by rhjanes » Thu Aug 20, 2015 4:03 pm

+1 also. I always do the quick link of "Show unread posts", to see what I've missed. When I read what I wish, I love a "mark all read" on either that page or on the Quick Links. Most forums have it added, a few that I frequent (camping, drum building, cars), do not. After I finish this forum, I just click the "Forum" link to the main page, which DOES have the "Mark All Read" button.

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Post by UncleMJM » Thu Aug 20, 2015 6:22 pm

Great idea. There are more than a few forums that I hit the "new post" button, scan it for a topic of interest or for a post from someone I like to follow. When done with those, I hit the "mark all as read" so I can start fresh the next time I'm on.

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Post by gmcpcs » Thu Aug 20, 2015 10:52 pm

rhjanes wrote: I just click the "Forum" link to the main page, which DOES have the "Mark All Read" button.

Thanks for all the admins and mods are doing!!!!
Thanks for that! I need a forum navigation - 101 tutorial. I also backed out of it and saw the RSS feed buttons, which I hadn't seen before. Now I can get subscriptions for my feed reader!

I am sorry to say that my limited forum experience has been the dark side HF and Google Reader, for which I use feedly. Tapatalk is a bit too tricky on an android phone.

The administration is primo!

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