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    Introducing Thread Prefixes

    We have re-structured this forum to combine all PUBNATs. We had a separate forum for each PUBNAT and it was getting out of hand so we had to put you all together.

    We did comprise though...Now, in this forum when you start a new thread, you will have the option to add a "Prefix." We have already set the prefixes to include all PUBNATs. So...if your question pertains to PUBNAT5, then when you are choosing your thread title, just select PUBNAT 5 under the prefix and then create your own title for the thread.

    This will make the PUBNATs easy to search. If you go to the bottom of any forum page, you can do a quick search...there is a drop menu for prefixes....if you are looking for PUBNAT9 posts, just click the PUBNAT9 prefix and search....the previous threads that have been written don't apply to this...just for new threads that people used the prefix in.

    If you have any other suggestions for specific thread prefixes to clear up some forums, please provide them below and we will see what we can do to incorporate them.

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    Re: Introducing Thread Prefixes

    That's a great idea. Combines stuff together in an appropriate way but makes it so you can still separate it according to PUBNAT as needed. I like it.
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    Re: Introducing Thread Prefixes

    I am also trying to find a way to edit existing thread titles with prefixes but havent had much time to see if it is possible. There is already a lot of giod useful info in the forums that should have prefixes so we can search them too. Right now if you search for posts by prefixes you will get zero hits. We want to find a way to include all the existing information in this too. Wish I would have thought about this 1.5 years ago.

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