To make a new forum, we need the threads made first (for complicated reasons). We need at least 50 threads to get started.
Barbara Manning wrote: I think having a Recipes subject within the Kitchen Forum would accomplish that. If the Boost function operates the way I described, all the forums and subjects remain intact, while a link (or whatever) is posted to the Recipes subject within the Kitchen forum. I have no interest in deleting or abandoning other forums of subjects.
r ranson wrote:To start with, I'm still having trouble understanding how we differentiate between a thread with a recipe in it and a recipe thread.
Barbara Manning wrote:Wow! That's a lot of information. Thanks, everyone for your time and energy spent on this topic.
Nicole, thanks for that explanation. It's very handy. Let me repeat it back to you so I'm sure I understand. The category is the highest level. Within Category, there are Forums. Within Forums, there are specific topics, called Subjects. You cannot post a Subject directly to a Category, posters much choose a Forum within a Category to submit a Subject.
The category is the highest level. Within Category, there are Forums. Within Forums, there are specific topics, called Threads (or Topics). Each Thread/Topic has a Subject/title heading, just like emails have a subject heading. You cannot post a Thread directly to a Category, posters much choose a Forum within a Category to submit a Thread
Barbara Manning wrote:and flag
(I believe you call it a boostthe original post so that it would be included in the new Recipes subjectforum under the Kitchen forumcategory.
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