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    I don't know if it's related, but threads I'm subscribed to no longer seem to show up in the "What's New" searches... please feel free to correct me if this is a topic already covered elsewhere, but I don't recall it acting that way since v5 launched, only today.

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    They do show up but were marked as read as soon as you read them rather then timing out like before. Also due to the volume of posts your subscribed topics can be pushed through the pages.
    I am working on some improvements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Also due to the volume of posts your subscribed topics can be pushed through the pages.
    Is that a hint

    Makes sense though. This may be my preferred because when there's an 8 page "what's new" I lose even more time in the morning catching up on what has been happening. 2 pages means I get to working much quicker. Mostly.

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    I lose even more time in the morning catching up on what has been happening.
    Time spent on Edugeek is professional development time

    (At least that's what I told my boss when he presented me with the internet activity logs )

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    Doesn't seem to be working for me - looked at the forum last night and threads that I read are read, threads that I didn't are still unread :/



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