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Is there any way to keep a list of "My threads"

without getting email notifications?

I know with the "tracked discussions" list you can look at all the threads that you started, but you get email notifications. Trouble with email notifications is that they often come late, after I have already seen and replied to a post in my thread, so I'd like to cancel email notifications, but still be able to log into my CNET account and see a list somewhere, of the threads that I have started.

Is there a way to do this?

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In reply to: Is there any way to keep a list of "My threads"

The only other way I can think of is your own profile.

Click your user name in any of your posts and you will be taken to your profile page. You will see all of your "Reviews" and "Forum Posts", all 209 of them! Devil

To see all the posts links, click the 'Forum posts" number, or the "See all of my forum posts" link, for an index of pages of posts.

I hope that helps.

Mark

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OK Thanks

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I think I'll keep the tracked threads link. At least that way, I only see one link per thread. Looking at my posts gives me a link for each post of mine.

I can always have my CNET notifications sent to my spam folder. I think that woudl be easier. I'm getting them hours after the person posted, and this confuses me and makes me click on the link needlessly.

Thanks anyways.

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