New message board feature: “What’s New?”

Will Stewart, TechSideline.com, on January 27, 2014
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We’re pleased to announce the addition of a new feature to our message board system: “What’s New?”, inspired by the vBulletin function of the same name.

The “What’s New?” link — included in our “Message Boards” menu and at the top of every board and every post — lists the last 40 posts to appear across every board in our system, with a few exceptions: the ticket boards and the non-sports-related Lounge.

Each link includes the subject line of the post, the person who posted it, the date and time, a link to the thread the post is part of, and a link to the board where the post appears.

Check it out by clicking here, bookmark it, and hit it often, to stay on top of all the action here at TSL.

This new feature is the first of many new features and enhancements we’ll be rolling out on the boards over the course of the next few weeks and months, geared towards improving the usability of the boards, their appearance on mobile platforms, and the visibility of active threads … and yes, an edit feature is in the works, for those who keep getting victimized by their autocorrect (raises hand).

Thanks for supporting TSL, and if you need anything or have any ideas, hit us up on the boards or via email (staff@techsideline.com) or Twitter (@TechSideline).


Okay, we admit it; we missed the comments after articles … plus we fixed the bug they had. So we turned ‘em back on.

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