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Expanding the Search Function on the Wall

Hi Dan -

    Is there any way to expand the "Search" function?  I really miss the old search as you could dial in more what you were searching for.  With the old search when a question came to my mind, I used dial in the question and then dial in specific name to see what a particular pro might have said in the past on that subject. You could also limit the search to a time period which was a help.

I don't mean to be "nit picky", overall the new Wall is great!


- Rod


  • DanHolohan
    DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 16,491
    I'll ask.

    Retired and loving it.
  • mjcromp
    mjcromp Member Posts: 57
    My ?

    I was wondering what happened to the e-mail when replied to function here.

    Nice to get a e-mail when someone reply's to your topic.
    Too bad common sense isn't very common.
  • nicholas bonham-carter
    nicholas bonham-carter Member Posts: 8,576
    also in accord

    i liked that email from the active post as well! can we have it back?--nbc
  • RojoHo_3
    RojoHo_3 Member Posts: 18
    I agree...

    I liked the ability to see 'recent posts'. I could click on certain posters and topics, and that way access the topic thread. Saves me a lot of time.
  • mjcromp
    mjcromp Member Posts: 57
    Sorry Dan

    Look what I started! lol
    Too bad common sense isn't very common.
  • Royboy
    Royboy Member Posts: 223
    I think its good

    to have started this. with this site up and running for a little while now, it would be good to have a place to post observations/suggestions/complaints about what works & what could be better ...
  • kinglerch
    kinglerch Member Posts: 14
    I agree

    the search function is lacking. It would be nice to be able to sort the results, like by date. And is there a way to do an AND search for multiple terms? Any time I've tried this it seems to only do an OR.

    Otherwise this is a great resource for information typically missing from the internet.
  • mjcromp
    mjcromp Member Posts: 57
    just figured one thing out

    If you click on the picture box next to your name in a post it will lead you to your most recent posts. then you can click the thread from there.
    Too bad common sense isn't very common.
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