I now know of two different ways to find information posted by one of our HealthUnlocked forum members.
USING HEALTH UNLOCKED:
A good way for recent postings may be as follows (thanks to Dayatatime for cluing me into this.)
1. Go to the profile page for the person whose postings you wish to see.
To do that, try:
a: Click on the person's name/moniker on any posting he or she has made, or
b: Bring up any posting by anyone and click "Followers" on the horizontal menu line just next to the big black "malecare" circular icon on any page. Enter the person's name/moniker in the "Find a member" field just below "malecare". Click on the member's name.
Either method will take you to the member's profile page.
2. Click "Posts" to see the original postings by the member.
These are postings that the member originated.
3. Click "Replies" to see the replies that the member has made to other people's postings.
All postings and replies are in reverse chronological order. The latest one is first, then the next latest and so on.
It's also possible to find HealthUnlocked postings via a Google search. This may be easier for old postings and postings by members that are gone.
To see all postings by JohnDoe on the Advanced Prostate Cancer group, enter this in a Google search box:
The results come back on a standard Google search results page. At the top of that page, just below the box with the search expression in it, you'll see a line of options that says:
"All Maps Videos Image Shopping Settings Tools"
If you click on Tools, you'll see:
"Any time" - "All results"
Click on "Any time" and you can narrow down the time frame. There may be a way to sort results by time, but I haven't figured that one out yet.
You can also use Google's Advanced Search at:
Or using this URL:
Note: Google searching of HealthUnlocked is not typically up-to-date. Google's web crawlers scan pages all over the world and can't check every site every day. So your search may miss postings that are in the last few days or even a week or more.
Please let me know if you see an error or omission in my instructions.
(Finally, don't neglect to click "Images" on the search results page :).