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So far I am looking at the:-
ULC East and thinking of removing it to the forum links.
Removing the "Welcome" topic in "today I grateful for".
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Renaming the Quaker section to include other universal type groups like the Unitarians.
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Removing the super natural area as no one has posted there for more than a year.
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Please let me know if you spot others not supported.
Many thanks to everyone
Pete


Mon May 13, 2013 1:11 pm
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Post Re: Pruning suggestions
I have no opinion on this. I think you know what is the best way to rearrange the forums, since you know the people and the type of activitiy.

I will defer to you.


Mon May 13, 2013 6:15 pm
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This is something that has been mentioned over a number of years now. Maybe something needs to be done now but I do not want to remove things that are dear to anyone. I therefore really want everyone to tell us what they feel is important to them on the forum.


Mon May 13, 2013 7:04 pm
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well pete,
i may not always log in,nor answer a topic(some things are very much uk,and i just don't have an understanding of them),but i do enjoy the perspective from"that side of the pond".

"the ulc east and poke and prod" could be eliminated,if you want a suggestion.

things seem to have gotten very active all of a sudden.


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no need to remove anything.


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ULC East has gone. A link is available in the destinations section.


Tue May 14, 2013 9:29 am
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hello!

I'm embarrassed to say that I have not even been through all the sections here.. but appreciate administrations interest in what is dear to members. suggestions to combine or hide less frequently used topics sounds like a win-win to me.

Forums with lots of topics do tend to overwhelm me. if there are responses, I often don't even see them till much later and by then the topics may have taken a turn :roll: so less is more for short attention span theatre over here :grin:

I definitely like the emoji's here! they aren't hidden, I don't have to open another window then wonder why I have smilies open hours later. I forgot how much I liked them. there used to be one with a bag over the head, I loved that one!

going to read through topics for a while..


Tue May 14, 2013 6:33 pm
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I have been looking for a hide option but I do not see one at the moment. It appears to be either delete or show or exclude it from open access.

I think I want to find that paper bag to put over my head. :lol:


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Pete, use your good judgement. I have one of the messiest work desks in the world. Once and a while I try to keep it neat, but it just does not work. I think that this paper is important, and that other one I may need some day. But the truth is that I will not need any of them. So, periodically what I do is I start throwing out all... ALL!

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Sat Aug 17, 2013 10:54 pm
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I think you have the same filing system as me. :lol:


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