subscribe to topics?


Posting rules: It shouldn't need saying, but... play nice. Please keep your discussions civil. You can disagree, just don't be disagreeable. And, of course, all of the usual stuff like no spamming. Tex adds: I'll be rigorously enforcing this as we go along. We're probably going to be a small community in a little lifeboat, so we can't have members at each others' throats. This is for the sake of the project as a whole. So when you post, pretend you're speaking in person with your very wealthy auntie who has always treated you wonderfully and currently lists you prominently in her will. I won't be tossing anyone out of the forums because we are all in this together (except spammers: immediate membership cancelation), but I'll delete suspect posts right away.


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grubernd
subscribe to topics?

i am having a problem finding a "subscribe to topic" button in the forums so i get an email whenever someone answers to a topic i subscribed to.

tbone-lzp14
Me too! o)

Me too! o)

 

I guess it's just not available - which is a bit sad, as it would definitely push conversations here.

tex
I'll look into this with my

I'll look into this with my Drupal buddy.  It might not be available with this forums module, though.  When we finally do get this @#$%^& website upgraded, I'll do my best to get that feature implemented.

Photonoxx
Yes, it would be really nice,

Yes, it would be really nice, and I think it could dynamise the forum, since it permits more reactivity from us when an answer is posted.

 

Subscribe to a topic is a nice to have feature, but subscribe to a whole part of the forum (notification about any new messages in a category) could be nice too.