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How to read your favourite member's topics

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1 How to read your favourite member's topics on Mon Feb 28, 2011 3:43 pm

Quibit

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Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
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You can now read your favorite members topics and messages.

There are two ways you could do it.

a) Go to Advance Search on the Right Sider Bar "Search Box" and Search under your favorite members name.

b) Click your favorite members profile and check the statistics under his name. You can read all his posts and messages

Quibit

Brinthan

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Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
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Hi can i know how to open a topic in this forum...??

EquityChamp

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@Quibit wrote:You can now read your favorite members topics and messages.

There are two ways you could do it.

a) Go to Advance Search on the Right Sider Bar "Search Box" and Search under your favorite members name.

b) Click your favorite members profile and check the statistics under his name. You can read all his posts and messages

Quibit


Now what happen to these Quibit. Are they in Orbit? Very Happy

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