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How Can I Access My Old Posts?


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#1 Stephan55

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Posted 11 August 2017 - 12:28 AM

I've been a viewer of TCM since it's inception, in 1994, but didn't finally join and begin participating on these boards until 2008.

 

Every now and then I have a desire to go back and revisit some of those topics and posts from several years ago. To reread some of the dialogue (humorous and otherwise) that I had back then,  some of it with persons that are no longer with us.

 

"Our Content" only goes back a year or so. Yet I know that there are threads that go back beyond a decade on these boards.

 

But I have long since forgotten most of the locations of my previous posts.

 

Is there anyway to easily access our old posts, without having to laboriously search through every thread on every board?

 

If there is such a way, could it be posted and "stickied" in some prominent location, so that others that want to do the same will not have to ask?

 

Thank you


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