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How To Keep Your Favorite Forum Sections at the Top

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My Followed Forums

For sections of the community that have special importance to you, go to the forum section and click "Follow Forum".

You will see a list of options open for your preferences. Add a checkmark to your preferred options. Click Follow at the bottom.

Your Followed Forums will display at the top of the full Forum Listing page.

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This looks like a good feature.

As a suggestion I would think something that works just the opposite could also be a good feature. Something where a member could block content from a forum section (or sub-forum section). Or if not block it, just bury it so that replies from said forum section don't show up when they hit the "NEW" icon. I thought it might come in handy for members that don't care to get involved with or even read content in for example the political forum.

Of coarse I personally would not want to use this feature, because I want to see it all 馃榿.
But maybe some sections aren't for everyone.
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As a suggestion I would think something that works just the opposite could also be a good feature. Something where a member could block content from a forum section (or sub-forum section). Or if not block it, just bury it so that replies from said forum section don't show up when they hit the "NEW" icon. I thought it might come in handy for members that don't care to get involved with or even read content in for example the political forum.
This is definitely on our wish list, but there isn't a simple option for this yet.

There is a filter feature that can be used as a workaround though.

How To Filter New Posts To Only Display Specific Section(s)

You can accomplish this by setting a custom default filter on the new posts page.

Step 1 Navigate to the specific forum you want to focus on and click "Follow Forum".
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Step 2 From the navigation, near the upper right-hand corner, click on NEW.

This will open a new page of new posts for you. On the new page, click on filters.

Now you can adjust the filters to work for your personal preferences, such as the example above and save it as the default.

Make sure to click the "filter" button to save it, at the bottom.


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