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#1 techboy

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 11:21 AM

I see on the drop down menu under the user name there is a "content I follow" feature.  How does it work?

I'm constantly finding threads on subjects I'd love to refer back too later, but I want to be able to bookmark them for later reference.  Can I use the "content I follow" to do this?

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Posted 12 September 2012 - 01:04 PM

In the upper right corner of the post there is a button "Follow this topic"
press it and select how you want to be notified

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Posted 14 September 2012 - 11:15 AM

Ahhh, I see that now.  I never noticed that little ghost white button up there before. I was always looking for a feature within the "content I follow" window.  That makes much more sense.

Thanks apate!
1988 Starion ESi-R ... crushed by a tree 10/31/11 - back from the dead 8/2016
1988 Conquest TSi ... current driver - sold to Bigjoe 6/2016
1987 Conquest Flatty ... F/S thread - sold 8/2014
1987 Conquest TSi ... parts car - sold to Coldscrip 12/2011
1999 Eclipse 4G63 ... heavily modified.
Feeback Thread | Motor rebuild thread | Restoration thread

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