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-(I Think ) The New Beta version has done nothing to make the Similar Threads section at the bottom

of the page any more noticeable - and therefor it remains an appendix Like remnant that is rarely looked at and almost never used !

Could we have a numerical counter placed on It to count click ons ? This should be a valuable and highly useful tool and based on past comments

from Members AND Staff this is merely over-looked ! Thanks Big AL
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I agree with Allen on this one: making the similar threads page more noticeable and attention-grabbing would be useful, in terms of efficiency, because it will help to keep conversations about topics in the same threads- decreasing redundancy. This will also help to make it so that conversations can reach new heights and new innovations and, in general, newer thoughts.
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