Is there anyway to break down the Myspace Tracker Forum?

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GeekInThePink
Is there anyway to break down the Myspace Tracker Forum?

Maybe I'm just wishing here, but seriously, is there a way that the Myspace Tracker Forum can be broken down?  Could there be a Trackspace thead, Profiletracker thread and then all the rest, maybe even a thread for IP questions?  I counted and in the first 5 pages of the forum there are over 27 threads that pertain to Trackspace.  Maybe this would make it easier for the newbies to find answers to the same questions that have been posted before?  I admit that I made this same mistake when I first came to GuG!!!

Just throwing out a suggestion here.....

   

   

bottlebob
Re: Is there anyway to break down the Myspace Tracker Forum?

Yeah, i'd been thinking something similar. A problem would be that with the way the forum works large threads get messy. Replies to certain posts sometimes get buried on another page and when you use the flat list view you can't see very well who replied to whom. But despite that i'm for it, i think it would be worth giving it a shot.

GeekInThePink
Re: Is there anyway to break down the Myspace Tracker Forum?

Hey Bob -- 

Trust me, I think we all feel this way!!!  I especially hate seeing when someone adds a new post to the 'How to block Myspace tracker' thread, because most times I can't find the new post.  It's usually mixed in w/ all the older ones.  **Perhaps that thread could be broken down into 2 different threads as well.  

It would also be nice if there was someway to make another screen pop up when you use a specific word when you go to start a new thread....for instance, if someone was going to ask a question about "Bling" a screen would pop up and it would list all the threads that have "Bling" in the thread title.  Or the window that pops up could say something like "Have you searched this word on GuG yet?" 

It just seems like the good threads are getting buried w/ the redundant threads.  And maybe I'm the only one who feels this way, but I just answered a thread that asked why they couldn't see who looked at their profile on trackspace....DUH...read how the tracker works before you even sign up for it!!!!  Sorry to vent...I just have a low tolerance for obvious questions that can be searched and answered by other threads. 

The truth has no deadline...Oskar Schindler

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