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Last 5 or 7 Day's Posts?

Hi, Is there anyway to view all new/updated posts for the last 5 or 7 days? I think that would be a great feature for people who want to see what is going on but don't have time to get on every day.


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try the new posts menu item ;-)
http://www.sailnet.com/forums/search.php?do=getnew

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so, for me its more like this: got some time? I think I'll jump on Sailnet see whats crackin. then I'll go to the "new posts" and peruse everything that has been posted since my last log on. However if I dont have time to read the 3 pages of replies to an interesting question, I'll skip it for a later time. But then, if there are no additional posts, that same interesting thread does not show up in the "new posts".
Okay, well I can go to the "todays posts" and it will show all the posts for that day, but what if I cant get back on for a couple of days (like the OP)? Is there an app for that?
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so, for me its more like this: got some time? I think I'll jump on Sailnet see whats crackin. then I'll go to the "new posts" and peruse everything that has been posted since my last log on. However if I dont have time to read the 3 pages of replies to an interesting question, I'll skip it for a later time. But then, if there are no additional posts, that same interesting thread does not show up in the "new posts".
Okay, well I can go to the "todays posts" and it will show all the posts for that day, but what if I cant get back on for a couple of days (like the OP)? Is there an app for that?
Theoretically you could achieve your desired result by subscribing to the threads that interest you and then refer to your subscribed threads list.

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Theoretically you could achieve your desired result by subscribing to the threads that interest you and then refer to your subscribed threads list.
cool, that makes sense Ill give er a try

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