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    way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    good morning
    is there a way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?
    hope I did not miss the obvious
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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    One way would be to "friend" them. Then when they post it will show up when you click "profile"

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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    Live and learn. Thanks.
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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    You can also click on their user name and then click on view posts. That will take you to a page of their most recent posts.
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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    Quote Originally Posted by Leebo View Post
    One way would be to "friend" them. Then when they post it will show up when you click "profile"
    thank you, I can do that
    but does "friending" them have any downsides for them
    IG under fir trees and one cherry surrounded by grass built in 1979, 30k, plaster, old Sta-Rite HRPB30, 4.9 sq.ft, 20 GPM/sq.ft., but with new glass, new (in 2012) 1 HP WhisperFlo one speed, new (in 2013) Rainbow tab chlorinator attached at the top, old Maxi-Flo Heat Exchanger MF-260, Burnham V7 oil heater 245 MBH, new (in 2012) Compool to Easytouch, Taylor K-2005 and TF-100.

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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    They'll have to approve it and your posts display on their profile. That's it.

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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    oh
    well, will think on that
    not sure I wish to inflict my posts on them
    was more thinking of one way, I read theirs but not reverse

    maybe use method of zea3 tho it requires more action and more clicks; tho I suppose it could be automated

    thank you

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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    Every profile has a specific URL ... and when you click the user's posts, that too has a unique URL. So you could grab one of those and make a shortcut for yourself.
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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    I would only add that I learn something new EVERY day on this forum..........often from members who are brand new.

    I search by "new posts" but then try to read every topic that holds some interest to me within the "new posts"

    As an example I am pretty electronically challenged so I seldom read many of those but I have a decent grip on hydraulics so I read all of those regardless of who the author is.
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    Re: way to subscribe to individual mods / experts?

    Quote Originally Posted by duraleigh View Post
    I would only add that I learn something new EVERY day on this forum..........often from members who are brand new.
    oh, for sure is true "behind every tree there is something to see" Bob Dylan; and activity streaming and new posts get at this; e.g. while scanning I read about Frog Logs, and bought a couple. Had the grand babies install them, was fun.

    but I was thinking more like having favorite book authors; some authors just seem to resonate more so one buys all their books

    and the method of jblizzle is simple, bookmark in the bookmark bar, hit it, one click; and is one way, poster not loaded with my stuff

    so will give it a try for a time
    IG under fir trees and one cherry surrounded by grass built in 1979, 30k, plaster, old Sta-Rite HRPB30, 4.9 sq.ft, 20 GPM/sq.ft., but with new glass, new (in 2012) 1 HP WhisperFlo one speed, new (in 2013) Rainbow tab chlorinator attached at the top, old Maxi-Flo Heat Exchanger MF-260, Burnham V7 oil heater 245 MBH, new (in 2012) Compool to Easytouch, Taylor K-2005 and TF-100.

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