Create "Sale or trade" sub-sections ?

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  1. raphMODE

    raphMODE Professional

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    Hi TW team.
    Sorry if it was asked before, but while I was browsing the "Sale or Trade" section, I was wondering why there is no sub-sections for an easier browsing/searching ?

    You should at least create the "raquets", "shoes", "apparels" folders (and each with many dedicated brand folders) so we can go straight to what we'd like to buy (or sale)...

    Is there anyway to do it ?
    Was it experienced before but it gave you more work to manage ?
    I'm just asking :)

    Thanks for your reply.
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    We have not had requests for this previously and have no plans at this time to separate classified into any additional subforums.

    Thank you,
    Tiffani, TW
     
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  3. ollinger

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    "Man bites gift horse" -- I'd be hesitant to ask them to do too much work on something that competes with their own business.
     
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  4. SteveI

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    Well.... yes... I am impressed that TW offers this service and thanks so much TW!! Give and inch.. and they will take a mile..
     
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  5. raphMODE

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    @ Ollinger, SteveI:
    wow, wow, wow guys.... I was just wondering !!
    It's OK as it is then, no problem...

    Thanks for your reply Tiffani, and thanks TW for let us sell our stuff here.
     
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  6. LanEvo

    LanEvo Hall of Fame

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    Yea, I think the FS/FT sections are fine as they are and work very well. No need to complicate things and make the staff do work.
     
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  7. raphMODE

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    I agree with this, no problem ;)
    Again, I was just asking if it was possible, for a clearer view. I wasn't "complaining".
     
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