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Bell and Lock Icons - what do they mean?

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I've looked extensively, but haven't found descriptions of the icons that appear at the bottom of the list of topics when you're on a board. That would be New Messages; New Messages (hot); New messages (blocked); No new messages; No new messages (hot); No new messages (blocked). New Messages is the only one that seems fairly self-explanatory, but even then, how new is new? How long will it stay up?

If someone could lead me to documentation on this, I would greatly appreciate it.

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Nancy
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An addendum to my previous posting, whoever might have the answer, could you email me at nancy@clubmom.com
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Anonymous wrote:I've looked extensively, but haven't found descriptions of the icons that appear at the bottom of the list of topics when you're on a board. That would be New Messages; New Messages (hot); New messages (blocked); No new messages; No new messages (hot); No new messages (blocked). New Messages is the only one that seems fairly self-explanatory, but even then, how new is new? How long will it stay up?

If someone could lead me to documentation on this, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks
Nancy


"New" is either a new topic and a topic with new messages which YOU didn't read yet. It it marked as "new" until you read it, or until you leave the forum.

Rafael
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Anonymous wrote:An addendum to my previous posting, whoever might have the answer, could you email me at nancy@clubmom.com


The best approach to be notified by anwsers is to register in the forum and select "Send notify when a reply is post" when writing the message (or clicking in the link "Watch", in the topic listing)

Rafael
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