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what should we do about the sub forums? [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2008, 13:51
i don't quite like the number of sub forums in the b-school app forum - its just too many in my opinion.

what do you think? any suggestions.
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Re: what should we do about the sub forums? [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2008, 18:42
To be honest, I don't really have a problem with the sub forums. Really though, I just noticed that I always just scroll past them. Maybe I check them once a week.

Has there been any discussion about trying to use the wiki more? It seems like the Knowledge Vault could be cleaned up and put in Wiki format. It's nicer to look at and seems to be a little easier to search.

Could Peer Reviews go with the admissions consultants topic? Maybe even in place of something there? Some of those sub forums are not even used anymore anyway. Maybe member profiles could go there as well.
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Re: what should we do about the sub forums? [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2008, 19:02
I think the sub-forums are ok, but if someone wants to volunteer to put the Knowledge Vault area in a wiki format, take charge of it and run with it. :)

The Peer Reviews and Member Profiles were situated here because we wanted fellow applicants and current students to review the profiles. Many of us do not ever look in the consultant's area after the first few months of our application process.
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