Suggestion Box: Thread Attrition

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fm1234
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1 Mar 12 01:17:25 am
Any chance threads could be set to lock after a given period of time with no responses? There's nothing like opening up a page full of "recently updated posts" only to just turn around and close a third of them as they are ancient history being resurrected by post count junkies.


Frank


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t0psales
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1 Mar 12 01:23:54 am
while we are at it can we also extend the time out time as I often get logged out

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richellemonfort
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1 Mar 12 02:38:30 am
Hi guys,

@Frank: I will gladly pass that on to Dean our head of services and will let you know his thoughts once he provides us his feedback.

@T0pSales: I suggest adding your feature request to our feedback forum where our developers can access it directly for review and consideration - Link hidden: Login to view

Cheers!


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richellemonfort
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2 Mar 12 01:18:24 am
Any chance threads could be set to lock after a given period of time with no responses? There's nothing like opening up a page full of "recently updated posts" only to just turn around and close a third of them as they are ancient history being resurrected by post count junkies.


Frank


Hi Frank,

I just spoke with Dean and he mentioned that as part of our plans to make SaleHoo even better for our members this year, your feedback has been considered for further review.

Cheers!


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fm1234
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6 Mar 12 05:52:36 pm
Thank you Richelle. Thread attrition is a pretty common practice at forums, and as far as I am aware one of its main motivations is to keep people from bumping up irrelevant/dead threads for the sake of having something to say.


Frank


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richellemonfort
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7 Mar 12 03:22:53 am
You're welcome Frank :) I do agree with you. And sometimes the members in that old thread are no longer a part of SaleHoo..

If I get any updates on this, you'll be first to know!

Cheers


Richelle

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dotcom100
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9 Mar 12 06:40:31 pm
You're welcome Frank :) I do agree with you. And sometimes the members in that old thread are no longer a part of SaleHoo..

If I get any updates on this, you'll be first to know!

Cheers


Hi.. I been a member for a few months. How do I post a thread ? I been lookin around forever and I do not see a thread button to post a thread. Thanks!

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