It's more easier to read the previous forums than the present where I can't see where to proceed.
If you use the =search= facility
you have the =options=
- Title matches are prioritized – when in doubt, search for titles
- Unique, uncommon words will produce the best results
- Try searching within a particular category, topic, or user
order:views order:latest order:likes
status:open status:closed status:archived status:noreplies status:single_user
category:foo user:foo group:foo badge:foo
in:likes in:posted in:watching in:tracking in:private
posts_count:num min_age:days max_age:days
- rainbows category:parks status:open order:latest
will search for topics
- containing the word "rainbows" in the category "parks"
- that are not closed or archived,
- ordered by date of last post.
rainbows category:"parks and gardens" in:bookmarks
will search for
- topics containing the word "rainbows"
- in the category "parks and gardens"
- that are bookmarked by you.
I totally agree SIR! In the viewpoint of the developer that is very clear to you. But,in the views of the newbie he/she doesn't know where to go given your complex ideas. What I say again the previous set-up is much simple and easy for us to look for our answers.
@designsurfer59206 The thing is, these forums are for a different purpose than the old ones. They're a little more confusing, but now people are having fun discussions and putting up challenges, rather than just answering questions.
I think the little bit of confusing-ness for the extra features makes it worth it, even for people new to here