In user subscribed threads there is no display of no(s) of views and replies

NimishK

Well-known Member
Hello


When i am logged in and viewing my own Subscribed Threads. there is'nt display of No. of Views and replies
This is observed only in on Forums Page with no(s). of replies and views. which becomes quite tedious job for checking nos. of views and replies


If i want to check the same when clicked on Subscribed threads. How can i view the same the nos of views and replies on each thread.


Thanks
NimishK
 

Peter_SSs

MrExcel MVP, Moderator
I am assuming that the vast majority of your Subscribed Threads are threads that you have posted in.
If so, a work-around for you may be to go to 'Advanced Search' at the top right of the forum
Click Single Search Content Type tab
Enter your user name in the relevant box
In the box beside that make your choice of Latest Posts or Threads Started
Search Now
 

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