Categorising Posts and Questions - why you may find your submission edited by AussieNeil

Categorising Posts and Questions - why you may find your submission edited by AussieNeil

The recent discussion highlighting the challenges newly diagnosed members have finding suitable content reminded me that we can selectively filter site content to find topics of interest, but that relies on posts and questions being correctly categorised. Site searches also work better when an appropriate category has been assigned. I haven't checked this since late July.

See: healthunlocked.com/cllsuppo...

for details on how to quickly find the content you need.

Hence, over the next few days I'll be doing some site housekeeping, putting uncategorised items into a suitable category, which means editing posts [and dealing with the automatic tagging system :( ]. If you submitted your posts or questions without selecting a category, they will now have a little ticked box and 'Last edited by AussieNeil' at the bottom. (You'll see an example at the bottom of this post.)

Finally, a reminder to 'Ask a question' rather than 'Create a post' if you want a reply.

Thank you everyone!

Neil

PS Anyone want a ginger kitten? We've been 'blessed' by a neighbour's cat raising a litter of three kittens in our back yard. All offers gratefully received, but you get to pay for the feed, care, transport and quarantine :)

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