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How Do I Find All Of A Member's Posts?


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#1 ENF

 
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Posted 11 July 2013 - 12:40 PM

In order to help someone, or understand their situation and history, sometimes it is necessary to see a member's previous posts.  When I click on their user name, and Posts, all it shows is two posts, even though they are supposed to have posted more. Is there a way to see them all and pick from the list, like there used to be on this forum?  Thank you. 


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Posted 11 July 2013 - 12:47 PM

If their posts are older....I'm not sure how many years...maybe 2 or 3, they don't show up that way. To find that, you need to use the google function in the top right corner of the main forum page. Put in their name under the posted by or author ( trying to remember the exact words). Search and that should show you the posts.

Also, if people have posted duplicate posts or rude posts or advertising posts....it may say they have 2 posts but the duplicate or offending post will be deleted.
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Posted 11 July 2013 - 12:59 PM

It is easy to go back one year. Click on the members name to open their profile page. In that page there will be a green button labeled "Find content." Click it.

 

You will now see a list of topics in which the member participated within the last year. At the left are some options. If you click "Only posts" you will see the individual posts. Above each is the title of the topic it is located in. You can click the title to open the topic from the beginning. To the right of the title is something like #879061 - clicking it will take you directly to that post in the topic.

 

When clicking from these lists, it is easier (for me at least) to open a new browser tab so you don't lose track of where you are in the list. With most browsers, holding <Ctrl> while clicking does that. When you are done, close the tab.

 

Content more than one year old can be found using the google search function. There is a small window in the upper left portion of the screen with a green "Search Forum Via Google" button under it. Putting the member's screen name into the window and clicking search will find all their posts--and maybe a lot of other stuff, depending on how unique the user's name is.


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Posted 11 July 2013 - 12:59 PM

Thank you, Karen. 


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