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Registered: ‎01-23-2009

Way to Have Subcriptions with New Posts Go to Top of your List?

    So on my myfico page, there is a huge list of subscriptions on the bottom which is a bit of a pain to scroll down through when I'm looking for the ones that have new posts.  Is there is a way to have subcriptions with new posts automatically shoot to top of your subscription list?
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Registered: ‎03-05-2007

Re: Way to Have Subcriptions with New Posts Go to Top of your List?

Hi urgent_help_needed!

One of the great things about subscriptions (rather than bookmarks), is that they can send you e-mails when there are new posts made in a thread. I highly suggest using this option to help in finding threads that have had new posts. :smileyhappy:
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