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February 12, 2018, 07:16:56 AM
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it really painful to looking at all the thread to find if someone has quoted my post, is there an easier way to do it ?
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February 12, 2018, 07:23:14 AM
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it really painful to looking at all the thread to find if someone has quoted my post, is there an easier way to do it ?
You can check in: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=watchlist
Or Mark this thread.

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February 12, 2018, 07:42:44 AM
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it really painful to looking at all the thread to find if someone has quoted my post, is there an easier way to do it ?
You can check in: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=watchlist
Or Mark this thread.
do i need mark any thread i replied  ?
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February 12, 2018, 09:14:16 AM
Last edit: February 12, 2018, 09:24:19 AM by SFR10
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it really painful to looking at all the thread to find if someone has quoted my post, is there an easier way to do it ?
Click the magnifier button (in front of the "Search" button at the upper right corner of any page) > It opens the "Set Search Parameters" window, go to the middle section that says "Search for:" > Type your name then choose the date range from "Message age:" > Click "Search" button on lower left area > You'll see a quote that has the following words at the beginning: "...  from: nvq4596" and on top of that, name of the person that quoted and replied to your post (by ...) > Then click the title of the thread that has "Re:" before it (it goes straight to where that user made the post).

This is the result for the past 3 days (for your account): https://imgur.com/a/qcNNb (make sure to click the image, so it zooms in)

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February 12, 2018, 09:35:48 AM
Last edit: February 12, 2018, 10:38:26 AM by Angelo Santos
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it really painful to looking at all the thread to find if someone has quoted my post, is there an easier way to do it ?
Hope this also helps, there's a section that says  "Show new replies...." upper-left of your profile, it shows all the thread you engage with that has new replies.
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February 12, 2018, 09:38:01 AM
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To do that click this link below
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February 12, 2018, 09:51:19 AM
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it really painful to looking at all the thread to find if someone has quoted my post, is there an easier way to do it ?
Click the magnifier button (in front of the "Search" button at the upper right corner of any page) > It opens the "Set Search Parameters" window, go to the middle section that says "Search for:" > Type your name then choose the date range from "Message age:" > Click "Search" button on lower left area > You'll see a quote that has the following words at the beginning: "...  from: nvq4596" and on top of that, name of the person that quoted and replied to your post (by ...) > Then click the title of the thread that has "Re:" before it (it goes straight to where that user made the post).

This is the result for the past 3 days (for your account): https://imgur.com/a/qcNNb (make sure to click the image, so it zooms in)

wow this is lifesaver, now no more the day of endless torment finding threads and posts, thank you so much !
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February 12, 2018, 09:58:54 AM
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it really painful to looking at all the thread to find if someone has quoted my post, is there an easier way to do it ?
Click the magnifier button (in front of the "Search" button at the upper right corner of any page) > It opens the "Set Search Parameters" window, go to the middle section that says "Search for:" > Type your name then choose the date range from "Message age:" > Click "Search" button on lower left area > You'll see a quote that has the following words at the beginning: "...  from: nvq4596" and on top of that, name of the person that quoted and replied to your post (by ...) > Then click the title of the thread that has "Re:" before it (it goes straight to where that user made the post).

This is the result for the past 3 days (for your account): https://imgur.com/a/qcNNb (make sure to click the image, so it zooms in)


Tried it but it seem the results are too much for someone with a username that's like mine and besides I didn't saw some "nvq4596".

It might be easier if its going to have some alert system where it's going to be noticed and will force people to check back the thread whenever they are quote.
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February 12, 2018, 08:39:15 PM
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wow this is lifesaver, now no more the day of endless torment finding threads and posts, thank you so much !
You're welcome.

Tried it but it seem the results are too much for someone with a username that's like mine and besides I didn't saw some "nvq4596".
- Having common words as your username, will result in showing excessive results that at the same time, makes finding those who quoted and replied to your post a difficult and impossible task.
- Regarding "...  from: nvq4596", that was meant for the "OP" of this thread (nvq4596).

It might be easier if its going to have some alert system where it's going to be noticed and will force people to check back the thread whenever they are quote.
Indeed. Someone suggested something within those lines (recently).

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