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    Is there a way to search for 'replies to me'?

    If not it'd be a nice feature.

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    People who replied to you? If you search a thread for your name, any post that quoted you should pop up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Splenda View Post
    People who replied to you? If you search a thread for your name, any post that quoted you should pop up.
    For the whole forum.

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    Search the whole forum for your name then

    Keep in mind this will only show those who have quoted you, not those who clicked 'Reply' on one of your posts

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    There are a couple threads about this earlier, but basically the answer is that originally there was no way to do this, but some vbulletin plugins have been developed recently to allow it. We're looking into them, but I don't have an ETA.

    For now, searching the whole forum for your username is the best workaround I can offer.

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    It might be a feature that will keep the forum more 'contained' into the same threads. For example. People could get a big blinking link that says "4 replies to your posts!" (including those that don't have a quote). That way, they will go back to the threads and discuss with some more depth.

    It might keep discussions more in-depth and interesting.

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