I find new interface more clutter and hard to navigate. Also the quoted discussions are arranged like "threaded disquss style" and it makes hard to follow discussion.
I don't know if this speeds up forum or not but new interface is bit hard to navigate (especially when it comes to quote reply).
Can we get option of using "classic forum interface" or "new interface" ?
Yup, I agree.. I've used threaded forums before, but they take a while to get used to. Many times, the replies to the OP end up going under someone else's name, or there's a ton of replies under the OP's topic that get hidden..
Still, it has its uses, and I think that once everyone gets the hang of it that it'll be alright.
chances of misunderstanding on replies is more in threaded replies. I mean i replied here as threaded post. Then someone replies here below your reply as smiley or something but as more and more threaded comments and that reply directly below your reply will not make sense many times. So i feel old classic commenting is way better.
Device detection for mobile and setting this interface for mobile may help. For desktop users classic interface is just fine.
Not everyone will get the hang of it. Call me a Luddite.
Your request is already featured, look on the top right of your screen...threaded or chronological
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