This is a test to see how this new section works.
Most of us have already requested, to be able to actually *see* each other, by the use of our avatar images being larger. We also know that this is in the works. Sooner is better please!
Thank you much!
There's a sub-folder under the director's corner for STEP Out, but shouldn't there be the same for the Tour de Cure events? Doing this may help get information from one site to the othes with some facilitation by the ADA rather than on our own and exclusively through Facebook than here.
This is a minor issue but can you change the default for the Link posting to "open in a new window" instead of "open in this window". It might just be my personal preference but I don't like to leave the board when clicking to follow a link.
Thanks...and a custom user setting for default font size and type would be great!
Most of the other online communities I frequent have a feature that allows the user to open a thread, and by selecting the "View first unread" tab the thread jumps to the first post that the user has not previously read. Beats having to scroll down a page of posts to find where you left off in a "conversation".
To be able to preview your post before you hit the final 'Enter' would make the boards much more user-friendly. This way, if it's just not quite what you wanted to say, you will be seeing how other people will see it and you can change it, instead of having to wait till it's posted and then go back and edit it. Just a little something most every other board I've ever used has had. Would love to see it here also.
So I'm on the T2 board and look up and see I have a message. I click the envelope and go to the message. I read it, maybe respond, then I want to go back to where I was or go to some other board. I have to currently go to the "Diabetes Community" option and then choose a board. It would be easier to just have the "Go To" box like on other areas.
Just a more user friendly option, plus it would be nice if all of the areas were consistent so you'd know what to do if you're new.