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Suggestion, make it easier to switch between forum topics

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Suggestion, make it easier to switch between forum topics.

Currently it takes quite a few steps in order to switch from one form topic to another.

How about putting the forum topics in the navigation control so we can do it from there?

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Maybe I am not understanding fully the suggestion but here is an example of the hierarchy of forums. Each forum is a category and each topic belongs within that categorical hierarchy. Like for instance this topic belongs to "Suggestions" forum, which belongs to our "News/Information" forum, which belongs to the "Community Information" category.

There are items throughout the website to make jumping up and around easier like breadcrumbs at the top and bottom of each page.

Example of the breadcrumbs (on mobile it may look different):



As well, if you already know what forum you want to post to, you can click the "Create +" button at the top -> select topic -> select forum and start creating your topic.

If you want to check on what's new you can click the "Unread Content" in the top right of each page. Alternatively, you can see all that is happening in the Activity Stream by clicking in the navigation Browser -> Activity Stream. The Activity Stream is very much like Facebook's Newsfeed.

Being new to the website it is a lot to absorb but after an hour or so, you'll get the hang of it ;) . Please feel free to expand more on your idea as well or if you have any questions, we're here to help!

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