My "Silly Survey" posted in the 'freeform discussion' area seems to have suddenly and mysteriously disappeared.
I don't believe it was in violation of anything...I wonder what happened.... (It was a just-for-fun question about whether folks wet or do not wet their toothbrush before applying toothpaste....surely harmless!)
The thread DIDN'T disappear. It's around, I saw it. Just look under YOUR ACTIVITY and you will find the thread.
I'm experiencing a mysteriously missing forum thread (just noticed). Odd? What's up with that?
It's not listed under 'Your' posts.
If you look under "My Activity" on your profile it will show your posts, and you'll find where the thread is. I'm guessing it got moved. After all, if the forum mods won't delete whole spam threads, they surely haven't deleted yours.
I recall you've had this happen before. All your recent history is shown on your profile history or in "Your" in the forum.
Yes--I always look under "your" posts in the forum list...and did not find it... but thanks for the link. I wonder why I could not find it..
I must admit I'm not sure with the "topic" forums. I haven't kept track of all the forum changes. But you can definitely find them in your activity.
If you check 'your' under the topics forum, you will see it. It was moved to the Health forum.
The discussion are that showing in the main forum seems to ne to be more for hubpages discussion. So maybe it got sorted to another area.
Found it under topical forums, whew! I completely missed the link (new white button at the top of the Forums page), doh!
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