Discussion:Navigating Discussions

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CathysTaxes (talk|edits) said:

4 March 2011
Is there a quicker way to navigate to find newer posts? Right now, I use Recent Changes and try to click on Discussions. I would like to be able to bring up a thread and go straight to a post that I haven't read. Is that possible?

Am I nuts (ya don't have to answer that one, this is only a test!)

Trillium (talk|edits) said:

4 March 2011
Hi, Cathy - I've moved this discussion over to the TaxAlmanac Feedback forum from "test area" since you're providing good feedback for the Intuit team to read.

If you haven't already, you might want to try the Tax Forum index or All Forums, where the discussion title shows up in a slightly different color if there has been a change since you last viewed it, and of course the discussions there are listed with the most recently updated discussions at the top.

However, the wiki software that underpins the site doesn't provide any functionality that would not only open the discussion, but keep track of the last post within that discussion the prior time you'd opened it, and jump you right down to the next new one. That's a cool idea, though.

CathysTaxes (talk|edits) said:

4 March 2011
Thanks, Trillium. When I posted this, it said I'd have to wait for a response. Boy are you quick!

Hieu (talk|edits) said:

10 March 2011
Cathy, what you could do is create an account with http://www.google.com/reader. Use the reader to subscribe for this thread: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Taxalmanac-RecentChanges. After that you can use the reader to read new changes from TaxAlmanac. The reader also remember which items you had read, so it will display new items only. If you have question, please let me know.

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