[Suggestion] add a checkbox to topics you don't want to follow in the new posts list
sometimes after a day or more, when I come back to devnet there are more than 100 topics when I click on the new posts shortcut (situated under my name and badges).
There are topics started for instance yesterday. I read the question and know it's not related to me, but everytime I have to click on it to remove it from the "new posts" link.
If at that time i could check a checkbox or a link like "don't follow this topic", or something like that i could filter out lots of noise.
Or are there other ways to filter out such topics I'm not aware off?
Hi Eddy, at the bottom of the "New posts" list there is a green "Mark all posts as read"-button, so you don't have to click everything.
Yes, I know this button, but that is not exactly what I meant.
I'd like to have a way to eliminate some topics to show up in the future.
For instance a russian/portugese post i don't understand at all,
or a topic I don't know anything about.
The first time when I read the question, I can tell if it's interesting to follow this topic or not.
I hope I explained it better now.
Ah yes thanks, we don't have a feature for that. If the forum software gets that feature some time in the future we will also have it, but it's out of scope for us.
I've registered a feature request for it, see http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/2717/#16328
You're right, that topic suggests the same as I did.
I must have missed it somehow.