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SilverLion's avatar - 8ball

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Posted: November 30, 2016, 6:38 pm - IP Logged

I think that this is not the first time.

How hard would it be to designate a post "# in a thread?

 

For example:

I would inquire,

In your thread "how to win with the American Pie system", page 13, 

post number 97, you said, 

 

"You cant win with just wheels alone."

Can you illustrate?

End of Inquiry.---------------------------------------------

Is it that hard? 

I often find it time consuming to find a post I made.

Especially, if I am going to search log offed.  Where there is say 20 posts per page thread.

But when I log on, I am offered the choice of 100 posts per page thread.

So now I have more option, but less precision, when it comes down to communicating.

If I am a paid page 3, and the user only sees page 6, how can this work?

What say you?

Gold, Platinum, these are all great designation, but i people still dont know what page there post is on, how is this helpful?

    Todd's avatar - Cylon 2.gif
    Chief Bottle Washer
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    Posted: December 1, 2016, 8:32 pm - IP Logged

    If you want to refer to a post, it is not great to specify a post #.  It is MUCH better to post a LINK to the post, because then nobody has to hunt around for the post number, they just need to click the link you posted.

    If you're not sure how to do this, there is an awesome detailed Help topic that describes how:  https://www.lotterypost.com/help/178423

    Once you know how to grab the link to a post, you'll find it just as easy as finding a post #, and much more helpful to the people reading your message.

    For example, check out one of YOUR posts: https://www.lotterypost.com/thread/306492/4882064

    See how easy it is for you to find it?

     

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