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    Default sorry a newbie question

    when I post a question, how do I find if there are any replies?

    is there a quick way rather than hunting down the original section I posted in?

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    It will be on your subscribed threads. If using the app there will be a red flag next to it at the bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xiou View Post
    when I post a question, how do I find if there are any replies?

    is there a quick way rather than hunting down the original section I posted in?
    Hi Xiou,

    Firstly, as you are in moderation your posts will only show once a moderator has approved it, which I have now done.
    Your posts now all show and members will comment on them.
    If you press the 'New Posts' button in the blue bar above any posts in which you have commented or started and which other members have now commented will show as an envelope icon with a green arrow. You then know there may be something you want to see there.

    Hope that helps

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    I was wondering this to.
    Thank you

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    Morning guys,

    Im a newbie too... Can someone advise how to actually post?? as i cant see anythign that i can actually create a post myself and the how to pages do not help.

    Many Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jparillon View Post
    Morning guys,

    Im a newbie too... Can someone advise how to actually post?? as i cant see anythign that i can actually create a post myself and the how to pages do not help.

    Many Thanks
    Click on the section which you want to post in.

    At the top there will be a tab in green which says post new thread.

    Press this and away you go
    When someone tells you nothing is impossible, tell them to go slam a revolving door

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    Same I can't post a thread there's no green button

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    Quote Originally Posted by louy89 View Post
    Same I can't post a thread there's no green button
    Click on 'forum' in the pink banner above (or wherever it is if not on laptop), find the section that is most applicable to your question (quite often this is General Childminding Chat) and click post new thread

 

 

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