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  • How does the @ command work on this forum?

    I'm curious if i'm using this right, or maybe folks are just ignoring me :-).

    If i tag someone like rich using rjh …. does he see this somewhere and know to respond?

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    Tomgru You should see a red icon with a number in the "Notifications" link in the top right corner. You may also get an email depending on your forum settings.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by sparkman View Post
      Tomgru You should see a red icon with a number in the "Notifications" link in the top right corner. You may also get an email depending on your forum settings.
      I did check that, but all I see is notifications to threads I subscribe to. So I did check there after you responded - it showed that somebody responded to this thread... Nothing indicating that I was reference to using the @ command.

      sparkman can you post a screenshot of what I should be seeing?

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      • #4
        Tomgru Can you @ me again as I went to the thread before checking my notifications. Also make sure your notifications are set to notify you when someone @'s you. Also, don't quote my post at the same time, as the email notification I received only showed that you quoted me.

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        • #5
          sparkman … I see it now....


          sparkman mentioned you in a post: How does the @ command work on this forum?

          The downside is that this is just lumped in with every other thread I subscribe to, so no way to filter on threads that have changed (new replies), vs. threads that specifically call me out using the @.

          Using my Rich example... he probably has 100's of notifications, so not surprising he wouldn't see any that used the @ singled out/prioritized.

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