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Title: How do I find the replies to a previous post so I can reply to them?
Post by: 1Cor13:7 on March 20, 2018, 02:40:22 PM
Hey Everybody: The title pretty much says it all. I posted for first time a couple days ago and now I can only see one private message and the first reply. Have tried everything to find the others that I saw last time I logged in. Any help would be gratefully appreciated!


Title: Re: How do I find the replies to a previous post so I can reply to them?
Post by: Mutt on March 24, 2018, 09:09:55 AM
Click on your name when you log in and check show the last posts from this person and click the posts that you’re looking for a reply and you should see all of the replies in the thread.


Title: Re: How do I find the replies to a previous post so I can reply to them?
Post by: heartandwhole on March 24, 2018, 01:58:11 PM
Hi 1Cor13:7,

As Mutt said, if you click on "Show new replies to your posts" next to your profile, it will take you to each post that has been replied to.

(https://s17.postimg.org/qqfzb4ry7/Screen_Shot_2018-03-24_at_19.55.33.png)

Does that help?

heartandwhole


Title: Re: How do I find the replies to a previous post so I can reply to them?
Post by: Copycat2018 on January 13, 2019, 04:41:22 PM
Hi,
Sorry but it did not work for me because i had clicked on the link with new responses and then could not respond immediately and now i can not find it.

Because i clicked on it it is not new any more.

I went to my settings but it only shows all of my postings and so i do not see any reply and can not respond or even read them.

Also, since there is no new response, partly because i did not respond to posts now it is also not on the board with links running.

I am stuck and  i can not find the way to both my posts and the responses to them.

Does this mean that once you see the response you need  to write back immediately or you lose that chance?


Title: Re: How do I find the replies to a previous post so I can reply to them?
Post by: Harri on January 13, 2019, 06:44:54 PM
On the main Board page, can you see where it says Hello Copycat2018?  If you follow that line all the way to the right you will see the date and time and next to that you will see a little box that you can click on.  Sometimes we can accidentally click on that and collapse the options that allow us to see unread posts and new replies to your posts so try clicking on it and see if that helps.

As an FYI there is another way to view the boards:

Are you able to find the board you normally post on?  Based on your previous posts, it is the Bettering a Relationship Board and the link for that is here:  https://bpdfamily.com/message_board/index.php?board=6.0

Once you get to the board, you will be able to see all of the posts that have been made.  You currently have 2 posts on the first page and 2 on the second (I did not check beyond that).

You can find the posts you started by looking at the column that is titled "Started by".  You will have to scroll down to find your previous posts. 
Once you find your name, look to the left and you will see the titles of threads.  Click on the title of the thread you wish to read/respond to and then use this guide: https://bpdfamily.com/message_board/index.php?topic=319252.0 if you run into trouble.


Title: Re: How do I find the replies to a previous post so I can reply to them?
Post by: Copycat2018 on January 14, 2019, 11:56:35 AM
Thank you for the extensive response and the tour. Trying all that i could not get back to read the response i did see and did not reply to, only my postings.

I guess i will just give up.thanks,


Title: Re: How do I find the replies to a previous post so I can reply to them?
Post by: Harri on January 14, 2019, 01:10:11 PM
You can also see which threads you have posted in and try to find it that way.  You can tell which ones you have responded to by looking at the little icon to the left of the thread title.  Threads you have participated in will have a little paper on top of the larger image of a page.  That will help you narrow down your search.

If that does not help I am out of ideas.