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Old 08-27-2012, 02:06 PM   #1
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Is there a way to indicate old threads in the FSOT?

Hi! I was wondering if there was a way for the ones that never get the title changed to be noted so they could be moved? Often there are ones where the person never replies, so presumably it isn't available after a few weeks of no replies, or they write sold in a new post, or in description, so they are never seen as "sold" but will keep getting bumped and show up in searches. If there was a way, it might help clean things up for searching. Thanks

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Old 08-27-2012, 03:23 PM   #2
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they do eventually get moved after 60 days of inactivity.

But yes the title should be changed if they are no longer available so it will be easier for the mods to move them.
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Yeah, I know you guys do a good job of moving the labeled ones, just the ones that people keep bumping with "is this available" when the person hasn't posted in forever, or if they put in the middle of the thread "sold" clutter it up since they haven't labelled them :P
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Yeah, I know you guys do a good job of moving the labeled ones, just the ones that people keep bumping with "is this available" when the person hasn't posted in forever, or if they put in the middle of the thread "sold" clutter it up since they haven't labelled them :P
it is definitely hard if the inquiries keep bumping it up. Hopefully now that we are getting all caught up with cleaning the forums we can peek in on those sometimes
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Re: Is there a way to indicate old threads in the FSOT?

And can I just chime in and say that one of the biggest ways everyone can help with FSOT being cleaned up is change titles to "sold" or something of the like? (Or maybe even add it to the top of the first post so it shows up in the preview.)
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