Its been a little over 6 months since the 'Big Move'. In the beginning there was somewhat of an uproar about how to use the forums, the lack of features/functions and so many other things. I would say that for the most part, those items have quieted down either because people have adjusted or we have helped come up with different ways.
But overall, one of the more difficult and yet most flexible is how you browse these forums. There are different ways to approach this and I am curious how people are doing this.
Right now, my main browsing style is to get into the forums and then go over to my stuff and then start with
View Recent posts. I created that view a while ago in attempt to come up with a method that so many of us were used to on the old forums. To me, the first thing I want to see is what has been changed since my last visit. This view does provide that, but its format is not all that thrilling and its hard at times to determine which category and forum topic the post was made from.
Then there are other times when I just start at the bottom of the forum category list and start viewing up.
Please share your technique for viewing.
You can talk about the good ways you do it, the ways that it frustrates you or whatever.
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences