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Unread 12th January 2013, 01:33 PM   #1
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Default Improve the Ignore List

Perhaps a more fine-grained Ignore list would be useful?
By this I mean the ability to categorize to help me remember why I ignore somebody.
For example:
  • Crooks
  • Nudniks
  • Morons
  • Lunatics

The ability to add our own categories would be highly desirable.

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  • Anybody going slower than you is a moron
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Default Re: Improve the Ignore List

I would also like to have a one-click "Add user to ignore list" button
in each post, alongside the "Quote", "Quick Reply", etc. buttons.

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categorize to help me remember why I ignore somebody
Once you put them on "ignore" why would you want to remember them at all?

Keeping a list or categories of those you "ignore" sounds like a control issue


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Default Re: Improve the Ignore List

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Once you put them on "ignore" why would you want to remember them at all?

Keeping a list or categories of those you "ignore" sounds like a control issue
Keep that up and you'll be the next one on his ignore list.

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But...but...maybe I'm already on that list so he doesn't know what I said.:p


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I guess nobody caught on that my first suggestion was not entirely serious;
however, I think my second one would save a lot of clicking, copying and pasting.

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On another note, I'd like to receive and instant notification when one of my favorites post something. There are still a few senior master marketers that have not run away from this forum. They post infrequently, but when they do it is real gold.

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