Normally when someone replies to a post of mine, I get an alert in the "Replies" section of the messege centre. Along with these alerts, is a link
to the thread in which the reply was made, as well as the name of the responder. However, all the replies I got yesterday only contained the name of
the responding poster, and no information about which thread the response was in.
I didn't even know that this reply section existed. I have been clicking on my post, going to the thread, and then reading from then on to see if
anyone replied. After checking the reply section, I now see I have a lot of replies in there. I always wondered if there was some way to find out if
someone replied to your post. Now I know. Thanks for that.
Ok, first of all , cheers for the input folks. Second, the problem appears to have ended. Oddly, yesterdays replies all have the problem, but todays
seem to be working fine, as replies to this thread have appeared normally. Again, many thanks for your input.
Why not use MyATS function after you sign-in? It tells you who posted last on your subscribed threads and have direct access to the last page, but
you still have to remember what page you posted on and seek from that point on.
Perhaps I am doing it the wrong way, but I seldom use the message center unless sending someone U2Us or reading an important ATS announcement. Also
you should clean out all the messages you have read and the ones you choose to keep should be saved in the saved files folder. Allowing messages to
build-up can give you erratic alerts.
Wow. Learned something new today. It looks to be a great function that is better than just checking subscribed threads in MyATS. I noticed it is
not 100% reliable though with dead or misleading links sometimes..........
Thanks for bringing attention, even if accidently!
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