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FORUM HELP

Post  aniket on Sun Sep 14, 2008 3:32 am

Hey, Iíve seen that there are now 50+ members in our forum but only around 10-15 people have posted in the forum. I think some people are new to forum stuff, so Iíll just explain how things are done in this thread. Exclamation
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Registering And Logging In on Forum

Post  aniket on Sun Sep 14, 2008 3:45 am

First you have to be a member of this forum as only members can post here.

To become a member click on register

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You have to agree to the terms of forum to become a member.

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Fill in the form with your details and please enter a valid e-mail address as you will be given a confirmation link on the address.

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After filling the form you need to confirm the password you provided. Type the password and click on save. Your password should be of at least 6 characters.

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After this you receive a message like this confirming that your account has been created. Now you need to go to your e-mail address and click on the confirmation link.

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You get a conformation mail like this from buzztalk. Check your spam folder also incase it gets delivered there. Click on the link in blue.

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Your account is activated now. You will be redirected to the index page of buzztalk.

Now every time you visit the forum, you should ideally log in. Benefits of logging in are:
1. You can Post topics, comments etc.
2. You can view other members details
3. You can send private message to other members
4. You can participate in polls
5. Admin can keep a track record of your online presence & your high activity/interest can even make u a moderator of the selected sections of the forum.

Click on login, and enter your details.

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After logging in, your options on the screen change.

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1. You can search for a topic or post
2. You can view the list of members on this forum and contact them.
3. You can view the usergroups like ďmoderatorsĒ and apply for joining there.
4. You can view/edit your profile
5. You can check mails you sent/received from forum members
6. Ends your session and logs you out
7. Tells when you last logged in the forum
8. Now that you are a member you get access to the poll. You can vote only once on each poll.
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Creating New Thread & Posting Replies

Post  aniket on Sun Sep 14, 2008 4:25 am

In this main page the different topics are called as sections.
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We enter the Feedback & suggestions section. Here we see again sub sections.
The individual topics you see are termed as thread. To create a new thread, you have the option of creating a new thread by clicking on the new topic button.

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Clicking the button you get a form like this. Jus type in your matter and post it using send button. You can add smileys by just clicking on them and even format your text using the various options.

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Make sure you always preview your posts before posting them. Itís a good practice. Clicking on send, posts the new thread.
Thereís an option of adding a poll just below the posting form.

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Now we click on New Intro Section
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We see that various people have written their introduction here. We click on the post reply button.

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It again brings to us the same form like creating new topic.
I type my intro and click on send.

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My intro gets placed in the thread.

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