I've been poking around the forums, but I have found that for most topics, there have not been posts made in several years, even though in parentheses it says there are such-and-such many conversations. It's disappointing to go through and find that, for the most part, what I have interest in talking with folks about hasn't had an active post in months.
Is there a way that this could be made more obvious? There's a fair amount of clicking involved, and for it to end up without anything I can really contribute to since the person no longer seems to be on the forums is, well, sad.
Thanks for your consideration!
Hi there, welcome.
Your question is something many of us have been asking for, even if they are not removed, they should be archived and comments closed.
But... but... we'd love you to start your own threads on anything interesting. For writing and hubpages related topics and questions, then here, in the appropriate section: http://hubpages.com/forum/hubpages
For topical and non-writing/HP subjects and heated discussions go here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topical
I agree, they need to improve the search facility for related threads so it only shows recent threads.
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