Forum question

Using the forum, is there a way to see a list of all of the topics I’m tracking? @JDRoberts

if you bookmark a thread…

click on your profile and then select the bookmark icon (2nd from right)

or click bookmarks from menu at the top of the screen :slight_smile:

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The way I’ve found is to mark the discussion as Tracking:

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Then when lookjing at the Unread tab, it sorts them by date/time and shows the number of unread replies in a blue circle/dot. In the example below I just have 1 because I already caught up with the new replies since I last checked this morning:

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Ah, and I just saw @jkp 's reply. That would work too if you’re looking for a “dashboard” concept. I use bookmarks in that way, especially if a discussion doesn’t get new replies very often.

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It’s a little tedious, but you can also use the search and look for in:tracking

Start from the magnifying glass at the top right of the forum screen.

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Well that’s too cool, thanks @JDRoberts . I learn something new every day!

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Thanks guys. I’m looking to untrack a bunch of stuff that’s irrelevant for me now. That I might have tracked in the past but no longer need to.

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Posts automatically start tracking after a certain amount of time spent reading them. That time frame is configurable in your profile settings if too many posts are ending up being tracked for you.

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