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Rayford Booth

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Would it be possible to create sub sub forums within the Men Clothing forum.

There are sooooo many new threads and updated threads constantly that it is impossible to keep track of whats going on.

Like if some different category based subforums were created that would be great!!



Thanks
 

lmaligaya

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i feel like this forum isnt that fast to warrant it. I would like to see subforums for location though, to facilitate a sense of local community.
 

Rayford Booth

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I feel like the problem is that the forum goes through sometimes several pages of threads a day and its hard to keep up with a thread that started in the am because by the pm its on page 3
I was thinking like a Shoes sub forum. Request for advice sub forum. etc etc
 

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Originally Posted by Rayford Booth
I feel like the problem is that the forum goes through sometimes several pages of threads a day and its hard to keep up with a thread that started in the am because by the pm its on page 3


I was thinking like a Shoes sub forum. Request for advice sub forum. etc etc


Subscribe to the ones you want to follow, unsubscribe when done.
 

Rayford Booth

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True. But i also like to look at the new threads. But it is bloody hard to keep up
 

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Just from reading the first couple of pages in MC and S&D, I think a Peacoat subforum would be appropiate.
 

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Originally Posted by Rayford Booth
I feel like the problem is that the forum goes through sometimes several pages of threads a day and its hard to keep up with a thread that started in the am because by the pm its on page 3


I was thinking like a Shoes sub forum. Request for advice sub forum. etc etc


It's much easier to skim through 3 pages then 8 sub forums. Especially for those of us who read the board multiple times a day.
 

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I would in fact want the opposite, to merge MC and SW&D back together again.
 

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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
I want one enormous forum of everything. And no threads, just posts.

We don't even need the board. Chain emails.
 

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