Is this the most complicated forum ever?!

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Is this the most complicated forum ever?!

Post by tigerssteve » Sun Dec 02, 2018 8:51 am

I'm new to the Tiger's forum, but use various others. I accept that I'm old and a bit of a Luddite but heck it's complicated to use! Threads are impossible to follow. Posts are endlessly repeated. I can never decide who said what or how to reply. Sorry guys but my life isn't going to be long enough to use something this hard to navigate.

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Re: Is this the most complicated forum ever?!

Post by Redstripeman » Tue Apr 09, 2019 1:34 pm

...I have made several comments to the mods in regards to traversing this forum but have not received a reply after some months. Surely a pointer to this Technical Forum would have been appreciated but to not acknowledge my concerns seems to be a feature of this site.
I have asked previously if the fans forum could be set up so any new post can be accessed should you leave and come back to a topic. The ability to pick up where you left is a great asset and I have to try to remember roughly where I was and having to re-read post to get to where I had left the conversation.
The layout is confusing and I feel claustrophobic. I use the Leicester Foxes Talk Forum and that is light years ahead of this Tigers forum and I feel there is no reason not to try to emulate what they have achieved.

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Re: Is this the most complicated forum ever?!

Post by Tigerbeat » Tue Apr 09, 2019 1:39 pm

Apologies but I have not seen your commetnts and agree at times it is difficult to follow a thread. We try our best to keep topics in one thread but there are some which are slightly different and have other discussions.
Please send a PM to me if you have any concerns and a response will be provided.

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