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Hey there .... I just wanted to ask a question about posting something in two different threads. Basically, it's like this. I took some pictures of my garden and posted in an ongoing project thread and was wondering if it would be spammy to repost said pictures in the "pictures of gardens" thread because that's the one that's kind of known for that. My first instinct is that I would never post in two threads because it would feel spammy but just wanted to confirm.

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Could you give us the link to your projects thread please?

Sometimes people might post just one or two of their *best* pictures, if their project has a large number of pictures. And you can always add the project link to your garden post stating that more pictures can be found there for people who are interested.
 
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Staff, and pollinators are able to add threads to multiple forums. A common way to do that is for the original poster to add the post to the primary forum, then report the post, and request that it be added to a secondary forum.

 
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Jay Angler wrote:Could you give us the link to your projects thread please?

Sometimes people might post just one or two of their *best* pictures, if their project has a large number of pictures. And you can always add the project link to your garden post stating that more pictures can be found there for people who are interested.



Thank you so much for your reply, Jay. The post is here: https://permies.com/t/217415/site-messy-fun and yes, I was only thinking of posting 1-2 photos, not all of them. I do have a lot of photos on this thread, and I have updated a few times. I was just thinking of posting 1-2 pics from the latest reply in the thread.

Thanks for the suggestion of linking to my other thread...I hadn't thought of that and I am glad that would be an option. Thanks so much!
 
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