Do you pose questions or discussion topics both here and in the forum?
Often times, I want to spark a conversation. I really want to know peoples' opinions and thoughts, and I want to see both sides of it, so I'll try and pose a question here. However, The more familiar I am getting with the forum, the more I'm thinking that is the best way to get a discussion going. However, I feel like it's very easy to get lost in the chaos of the forum not not get seen.
I sometimes post questions or discussion in the forum. I use the search tool. This help me navigate around the forum.
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I don't see them under My tab, and I don't see them under the Unanswered tab either.
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