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    bassfisher6522

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    How do you find your own latest posts? Is that a feature on the 8 forum like on the 7 forum?
     
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    I usually click my name (top right on the blue bar) and click "Your content". But there may be a better way.
     
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    There is also this option. Instead of clicking on your name, hovering over your name will activate a drop down that has "Your Content" listed.
     
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    Just click your profile. There will be a tab called "Postings", and under that is every post you've made. I don't see a way to find only threads created by that user though.

    Edit: Serves me right for not refreshing the page before I post. :D
     
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    Ahhhh....it's called your content...no wonder I couldn't find it. Should have clicked on "your content" from the get go. Thanks.
     
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