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I put a post on Related Disorders a couple of hours ago titled 'depression or bipolar'.

It's gone now-disappeared!Where has it gone?

Thanks.

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Ok,I'm gonna answer my own post here.

I logged out ,then back in and I found it!? :ph34r:

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Remember, if it is not pinned by a moderator then it will not show up in the proper section. When not pinned it can still be viewed under Today's Active Topics

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Remember, if it is not pinned by a moderator then it will not show up in the proper section. When not pinned it can still be viewed under Today's Active Topics

Kaiti USA-

Hey!

What exactly do you mean 'pinned' by a moderator??

I have been having trouble losing a couple of my posts as well..., I'm new here, and still learning how to use this forum...

But what do you mean "pinned" by a moderator? Could you explain that to me?

Thanks, Kim.

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Pinning is a system unique to this board. Topics not pinned (labeled as being relevant and legitimate) move to the back pages of the section. Once pinned, a topic comes to the front and is organized by time when the last post was made. Only moderators can pin topics.

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Yep, celiac3270 explained it well.

This is why when you originally post something you may have trouble finding it. Going to Today's Active Topics you will be able to see it though. It will not show up in the proper section until a moderator pins it and makes sure it is in the proper section.

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