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Tue, Jan 24, 2006 at 12:54:09 PM | More room for "Recent Forum Topics" on RevitCity homepage - high turnover

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A RevitCity suggestion rather than a Revit wish : The membership to RevitCity has more than doubled in the last 18 months since I first joined. This does show that the site is doing very well, but what is also evident is that the number of posts has obviously increased a great deal as well. I must admit, I tend to be a bit lazy and just read over the "Recent Forum Topics" on the homepage on most of my visits. Occasionally I might jump into Technical or Wishlist and check out older posts to see if I can offer or get some help. I'm seeing more often now that there is a much higher turnover of topics, which may eventually lead to a problem in that many questions or topics could remain unanswered, or with fewer responses. If the rate of membership continues to climb at the current rate, there could be as many as 23,000 members in the next 18 months. I have a couple of suggestions which may be of use : 1. If the "Recent Articles" (Below "Recent Object Comments"Winking could perhaps be reduced to just the headlines, and maybe older articles culled more often (some of them hang around for ages), there would be more room for say 10 or 15 "Recent Forum Topics" instead of just 5. 2. Perhaps place a separate section below "Recent Forum Topics" for something like "This Weeks Topics" which could recycle all the posts of the current week, say 10 at a time, and cycle through them every 15 minutes or so. This way older, unanswered topics may cycle back to the top of this list a number of times each week, and catch someones eye who might have a good response, but missed the initial posting. I'm not sure if this matter has been brought up already or if a solution is already in the works or if I'm completey dillusional. Just a suggestion to an observation.

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Tue, Jan 24, 2006 at 5:17:09 PM | RE: More room for "Recent Forum Topics" on RevitCity homepage - high turnover

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On AUGI I like the "new posts" feature which shows you all the new posts since your last visit. This makes sure you don't miss anything.

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Thu, Jan 26, 2006 at 7:32:33 AM | RE: More room for "Recent Forum Topics" on RevitCity homepage - high turnover

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I'll second that.

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