When perusing the forums, I often notice what I think is a new thread, only to open it and find out it was originally posted two years ago, or a significant number of months ago. Because someone has recently commented on it, it pops up on the first page as a new thread.
I myself want what's on the front page to be recent and relevant. Is there a way to show not just when the last post took place, but also when the thread originated?
I hate it when people bump a thread that is two years old! Gah!
It does say right under the first post when it was created.
Remind me in two years when this thread dies off.....until someone else comes along and bumps this.
by Randy Godwin5 years ago
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by Person of Interest5 months ago
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by Person of Interest4 years ago
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by Glen7 years ago
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by Marisa Wright8 years ago
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