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06 Mar 2009, 22:19
I am moving all of the previous posts into appropriate forums:

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Please post in the appropriate forums from now on.
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06 Mar 2009, 23:05
Thanks a lot. This looks much better and convenient also.
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06 Mar 2009, 23:25
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This move will definitely help the forum members. Thank you for taking this initiative.

A small suggestion. If it is possiblve, can the NEW TOPIC link be removed from the "Verbal GMAT Question" forum". This way no member post in the common section. Rather will have to post under appropriate forums.
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06 Mar 2009, 23:43
Thanks. I think there may still be some posts that may be relevant to the overall Verbal forum, but if posts related to CR, RC, or SC start appearing here, will lock it down.
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07 Mar 2009, 03:33
It would be good if it is possible to access any verbal sub-folder with 1 click. Right now, if I am in CR and want to access SC, I need to click twice.
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07 Mar 2009, 08:29
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botivroy, there is an option in the bottom of post window where u have an option to directly jump to the folder u wish to. so u wnt hv 2 click twice. Hope that helps
botirvoy wrote:
It would be good if it is possible to access any verbal sub-folder with 1 click. Right now, if I am in CR and want to access SC, I need to click twice.
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07 Mar 2009, 14:09
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ritula wrote:
botivroy, there is an option in the bottom of post window where u have an option to directly jump to the folder u wish to. so u wnt hv 2 click twice. Hope that helps
botirvoy wrote:
It would be good if it is possible to access any verbal sub-folder with 1 click. Right now, if I am in CR and want to access SC, I need to click twice.

thanks for pointing out ritula, but it is so inconveniently located that I'd prefer clicking twice rather than using that feature.
May be it needs to be at the top.
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07 Mar 2009, 14:38
Moving the box is easy but because it is fairly large, moving it up makes the forum too busy.

Let me try a few combinations. So far, I have not been able to find an optimal placement that would not get in the way.
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07 Mar 2009, 19:35
I think it is at the right position.
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Moving the box is easy but because it is fairly large, moving it up makes the forum too busy.

Let me try a few combinations. So far, I have not been able to find an optimal placement that would not get in the way.
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bb wrote:
Moving the box is easy but because it is fairly large, moving it up makes the forum too busy.

Let me try a few combinations. So far, I have not been able to find an optimal placement that would not get in the way.

I agree with your 1st sentence. However, it would still be good to have a feature that allows us to roam between verbal sub-folders with 1 click.
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08 Mar 2009, 00:42
botirvoy wrote:
bb wrote:
Moving the box is easy but because it is fairly large, moving it up makes the forum too busy.

Let me try a few combinations. So far, I have not been able to find an optimal placement that would not get in the way.

I agree with your 1st sentence. However, it would still be good to have a feature that allows us to roam between verbal sub-folders with 1 click.

And I agree with your first sentence - I have a couple of thoughts, but if you have any ideas besides the large jump box - let me know.
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08 Mar 2009, 19:34
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I think extra link on the individual section could solve that issue. Whenever somebody enters into a particular topic (ex Sentence Correction), extra links will come up on right hand side (say in place of text "All times are UTC - 8 hours") with acronym of sections such as <SC|RC|CR>. Same way display <PS|DS> when the user in in Quant section. Each link will forward to the specific topic. Advantage of this facility is "no huge change on site" so good for old users and easy navigaition to any "related" sction of website.
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08 Mar 2009, 21:38
priyankur_saha@ml.com wrote:
I think extra link on the individual section could solve that issue. Whenever somebody enters into a particular topic (ex Sentence Correction), extra links will come up on right hand side (say in place of text "All times are UTC - 8 hours") with acronym of sections such as <SC|RC|CR>. Same way display <PS|DS> when the user in in Quant section. Each link will forward to the specific topic. Advantage of this facility is "no huge change on site" so good for old users and easy navigaition to any "related" sction of website.

Quite not bad of an idea
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14 Mar 2009, 08:43
Another Request:

When I post any new topic, each time I go to that particular thread in order to post questions in relevant sections. Because verbal sections are splitted into 3 more sub-sections, we have to jump between sections every time to post new questions. Instead of that could we have an easy drop down box (*Mandatory Field) that will ask user to specify the question type before allowing any new post? In that case we can get flexibility to post questions quickly to the relevant group and members will be forced to choose relevant section.

Thank you.
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