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I have "new content" bookmarked. When I click on it this morning I get the, "Sorry, this page does not exist". At the top was "content I started" and I clicked on that. Then I clicked on one of the threads I actually started and finally at the top was the "forums" button. That's how I got here. Still can't find a new content button but at least I can go through all of the categories and read the forum that way.


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It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

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The unread content should be at the top:

https://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/discover/unread/

We did do an upgrade recently...so far no major issues besides the skin issue I mentioned. Be sure to clear your cookies and cache if you are having issues.


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Not there for me either. The new "Unread Content" just is not a substitute. Sigh.


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But I think it was there yesterday?  I like the "new content "  so I can see all the recent posts, even if I read them. I don't see why we should make it harder and with more steps to do what was available a few minutes ago.

 

 

adding- its not on the PC any longer either.  I know it was there yesterday


 

 

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As mentioned, I did do what was advertised as a minor upgrade. Obviously they changed some things. It only takes a second to use the "Edit this stream" feature...probably less time than writing a message...;)


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6 minutes ago, admin said:

As mentioned, I did do what was advertised as a minor upgrade. Obviously they changed some things. It only takes a second to use the "Edit this stream" feature...probably less time than writing a message...;)

That's lovely.  I did it.  But there is no way to just get to these posts.  All the posts that have been made in the last day or two.  That was what I had the "new content" "button" set to.  I could hit it and see the list of all the current discussions/threads.


 

 

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IT LOOKS LIKE, if I go to the top and change from "browse" to "activity" then choose "all"  I can get what I want.  This seems to  have to be done each time you ant to see the list.  So if you respond to one, you have to do this again.


 

 

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AARRRGH! I just went to my email and found a bunch of emails telling me someone posted in a certain thread. I never clicked on anything saying to notify me when someone posted. So I went to my profile and clicked on the button to stop following that thread. When I came back here to "All Activity it said I had just clicked on FOLLOW for that thread.


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It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

Life is good!

 

 

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I never subscribed to it in the first place. When I thought I had UNsubscribed it said I had just done the opposite. It was in the thread about "gluten-free baked goods making me sick". I'm assuming if I go there and make another post it won't notify me but maybe if someone else does I can check my email and see if a notification shows up. The thing is though, I'll be going home in a few minutes so I may not be able to get back to you until tomorrow morning. (No computer at home.)


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Life is good!

 

 

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That's what I did. I clicked on "no notifications". It still shows that in the box. It's just that the "all activity" I clicked on right after that said I had just decided to follow that thread. It showed someone else had just decided to follow a thread too. That (showing someone is following a thread) seems to only show up in all activity for a few minutes. It was in a "faded" text, then it was gone.


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Life is good!

 

 

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Good morning. I don't know if all is OK because no one has posted to that thread yet. But if they do and I get a notification I'll let you know.


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Life is good!

 

 

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