Since many users have been asking for how to find their posts I will give you a short tutorial about this matter and present you some options on how to find posts.I. How can I find my posts?1. Use the search function on the forums
Step 1 : Go to your profile (you can go there by clicking on your name on the top left corner)
Step 2 : Press "Search All Posts"
Step 3 : Fill out the form, where and what you want to search forRemember you are charged forumgold for that option.2. Checking your browser's history for posts
This is free, however maybe a bit more complicated because you need to search more and usually only the last few weeks are saved in there.
I give you a short descripton of how to do this in the 3 most common browsers.2.1 History in Internet Explorer (7.0)
Shortcut : Ctrl+H
Pic : click the star on the top left, then search for the post.2.2 History in Firefox
Shortcut : Ctrl+H
Pic : click History, Show in sidebar and search for the posts in there.2.3 History in Opera
Shortcut : Ctrl+Alt+H
Pic : Click Tools, then History and search for your posts there.II. How can I find them in the future?
Those are more comfortable ways of "storing posts" because you will find your posts instantly without having to search for them. Furthermore you aren't charged forumgold for using them.1. Track this topic option
First you go into the topic you want to track.
Then you click "Track Topic"
at the top middle of the corresponding thread.
This brings up multiple time options as well as the ability to leave a comment for the topic you are tracking.
Press "Track Topic"
Your topic is tracked now!
You can see your tracked topics later by clicking on "Topic Tracker"
at the top right of the site.2. Bookmark important posts/threads2.1 Bookmarks in Internet Explorer2.2 Bookmarks in Firefox2.3 Bookmarks in Opera3. Note them in your personal notepad on d2jsp
Just click on "Settings
" as the picture shows. Then on the left on "Notepad
". Write down your notes! Don't forget to update once you edited your personal notepad4. Note them in Microsoft Word/Notepad etc
if you have feedback to this tut let me know via PM.
If you know other ways concerning that matter, let me know via PM.