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How to edit your profile

As for navigation you will see "breadcrumbs" at the top of every page to tell you which section you are in: (in this case we are Home > Status Updates > FAQ's > and currently inside the post of How to Navigate....

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When inside a topic or question look for the green button to initiate an action.

In this case to "Answer this question"56e63aea29eed_ScreenShot2016-03-13at9.15

 

In certain sections the same green button will let you start a topic of your own.

 

There are many other features to this website. Members can even start their own blogs if they so desire. 

Any other questions?

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On 3/14/2016 at 11:11 PM, admin said:

How to edit your profile

As for navigation you will see "breadcrumbs" at the top of every page to tell you which section you are in: (in this case we are Home > Status Updates > FAQ's > and currently inside the post of How to Navigate....

Screen Shot 2016-03-13 at 9.12.18 PM.png

 

When inside a topic or question look for the green button to initiate an action.

In this case to "Answer this question"Screen Shot 2016-03-13 at 9.15.23 PM.png

 

In certain sections the same green button will let you start a topic of your own.

 

There are many other features to this website. Members can even start their own blogs if they so desire. 

Any other questions?

Under this topic, a question is asked,  after the replies, the choice is to comment on the post above,(last answer given). How would one ask a new question but have it be within this subforum? Thank you.

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