I am very excited about participating in such a mature and focused site as opposed to the 'rival site' which I have immigrated from. I have been
lurking, and enjoy the conversations here much more. I look forward to expanding my knowledge along with everyone else here.
Personal Disclosure: Welcome! OL is sure a mod will be along soon to help out with an informative post etc. I also recommend utilizing the
green chat voyuer function on the ATS tool bar to the bottom of most ATS webpages [aka the ribbon]! It will enable you to watch who and what is being
posted in chat but unfortunately you wont be able to join or chat back until your post count reaches 200 posts or so.
Reply to this post with the reply function up top right of this post and that'll be another post towards your mandatory 20 posts before you can start
your own threads
Hi hanjis, and welcome to the Introductions Forum, a place to say hello to the ATS community. For now you can reply to any thread in any member forum
you wish, as well as send & receive (PM's) Private Messages to Staff only for now.
Once you have achieved 20 posts, you will then be able to start your own threads in the appropriate forums and additionally send & receive messages to
and from fellow ATS members.
Welcome Hanjis, I love the way this site is set up and we can give feedback easily and show our agreement and approval with flags and stars, also it
is so much easier here to find current threads and subjects on different subjects.
I feel the site owners have done a marvelous job of organizing and keeping content on track and language reasonably clean for all to enjoy. There are
some personal attacks and bad behavior but most of the time it is nipped in the bud making everyone's conversations more enjoyable and like you said
a learning environment.
Looking forward to hearing your views on multiple subjects!
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