How can i see the topics that i created and participated in??

Discussion in 'TW Questions/Comments' started by Eugene Choi, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. Eugene Choi

    Eugene Choi New User

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    Im on the website and i asked a question a few weeks back but i cant find it. How can i find it? Is there a participated or created topic tab or something? Please help
     
  2. Eugene Choi

    Eugene Choi New User

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    Wait how can i find this topic once i get off the website! Ahh so confused lol
     
  3. SFrazeur

    SFrazeur Legend

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    Click on your username to the left and click "find more posts by. . ." That's one way.

    -SF
     
  4. Eugene Choi

    Eugene Choi New User

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    Omg thank you i can go to my other posts now!
     
  5. diredesire

    diredesire Super Moderator

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    On the top left area of every forum page, there's a "User CP" link. That's a splash page for your personal activity.

    If you aren't seeing the posts show up, you need to go to "Edit Options" --> Messaging & Notification --> Default Thread Subscription Mode.

    If it's set to "Do Not Subscribe," it's a good idea to turn it on, and to the level that you're interested in. If you like a daily e-mail summary of any threads you've participated in, you can do that, too. I personally don't recommend that, especially if you're going to post in any high volume forums (like General Pro, or Racquets). I use "No email notification" and check my subscribed threads through User CP when I'm on :)

    Edit: Also, as a friendly reminder, check the stickies in the Policies/TW Q&C sections, there'll be a lot of questions answered there.
     
  6. jorel

    jorel Hall of Fame

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    u can also do a search and search for your own name..but i find that kimda self absorbed
     
  7. kc571

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    thx for that tip...helped me!
     

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