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    Default Re: Forgetting threads

    Don't forget to remember the ones you do not want to follow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    How do I "forget" or "ignore" a thread I don't want to follow?
    Hi Michael,

    Two ways to do that (maybe more).

    1) In the e-mail that you receive that says there is a new post in a thread you have subscribed to, there is a link to click to unsubscribe from that thread.

    2) You can manage all your subscriptions by going to your "UserCP" and click on "List Subscriptions". There you can change the way you are notified, the frequency or delete your subscription from a certain thread.

    3) In the "quick Links" drop down on the menu you click on "Subscribed Threads".

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    Brian,

    I'm not talking about subscribing , I'm talking about suppressing threads I don't want to have appear at all (for example, all the NAHI/NACHI/ASHI kindergarten hair-pulling).

    Look, for example, here:

    Ignore Thread: Allow Users to Ignore Threads of Their Choosing [Archive] - vBulletin.org Forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    I'm talking about suppressing threads I don't want to have appear at all (for example, all the NAHI/NACHI/ASHI kindergarten hair-pulling).
    Michael,

    Lately, I've been reading the posts and chuckling at the responses, makes for a good tension reliever.

    Too many bait-n-switch posts there to participate anymore.

    Jerry Peck, Construction / Litigation Consultant
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    They bad post or threads come and go in cycles. I find that the ignore feature works wonders. You see their name and that is it.

    It's best to just skip the thread(s) that you don't like and go on with life. If you don't open them, you don't see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    Brian,

    I'm not talking about subscribing , I'm talking about suppressing threads I don't want to have appear at all (for example, all the NAHI/NACHI/ASHI kindergarten hair-pulling).

    Look, for example, here:

    Ignore Thread: Allow Users to Ignore Threads of Their Choosing [Archive] - vBulletin.org Forum

    This is possible to set up. If there is a large enough request for it I'll do it.

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    Michael,

    Try my new suppression method ... I just quick clicking on those threads.

    Saved Brian a lot of work.

    Jerry Peck, Construction / Litigation Consultant
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    And I would start with anything alluding to any subject that had the names either NATCHI or NAHI in it. My God what a lot to do about nothing because as far as learning anything about performing a home inspection there is no there, there!

    Jerry McCarthy
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    Default Re: Forgetting threads

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Hannigan View Post
    This is possible to set up. If there is a large enough request for it I'll do it.

    Just tell me how big the request needs to be...


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