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Is there a reason that when I post, it is not registered as a new post?

BMGky
Posts: 666
Joined: May 2010

I've made three new postings this morning. They appear but the topic is not noted there is a new post. The New post information encourages members to read. While my thoughts are not that important, if I take the time to respond, I would like the recipient to know u've responded.

Can anyone explain. Other postings are being marked "new"?

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ellamenno
Posts: 142
Joined: Aug 2010

BMGky, they don't register as new to you but they are highlighted as new to everyone else. When I make a reply to a post and then go back to that subject it looks "read" to me but "new" to you. I do see you have replied to several posts this morning. Hope this makes sense.

Peace, Laurie

BMGky
Posts: 666
Joined: May 2010

Thanks I guess I've just not noticed this before.

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Ginny_B
Posts: 537
Joined: Sep 2011

I see all your new posts.

BMGky
Posts: 666
Joined: May 2010

Wish there were a "like" button. Thanks for the info. BMGky

jaycc
Posts: 130
Joined: Jul 2012

Hi,
I might be saying the obvious but since some of our welcome people are not here, very sad. For the newbies its good for us to put specific words in Subject - aka like website question on posting or Stage IV story of quality of life.
Also once in awhile, or if you feel its a good across the web item. Add Esophageal Cancer .... It may then get a google hit as well, so others can find it.

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