How to find my replies or posts in Forum?

I could not find my posts in the forums of boddunan,help me to solve this issue.

Category: Boddunan 6 years ago
DINESH XAVIER
Asked 6 years ago

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When you have replied to a topic, you see a small symbol of a flag beside the topic. This means you have replied to that topic once. You can also go to "My topic" option and get all the threads replied by you.
Devyani Sarkar
Answered 6 years ago
Devyani Sarkar

On the forum you will found "My Topics" tab. Just click on it and you will get all the discussions in which you have posted something. ;)
AKP
Answered 6 years ago
AKP

You can find everything in your profile.

rambabu
Answered 5 years ago
rambabu

Choose the "my topics" option under connect tab
V.Arunkumar
Answered 6 years ago
V.Arunkumar

Go to forum> click on My Topic... Here you find your post and reply.
Bol Bachchan
Answered 6 years ago
Bol Bachchan

Follow the given steps to find your answers in forum:

Click the Connect Tab>>Click the Forum link>>Clikc the My Topics link. You can view all your posts and replies.

Mousumi Ghosh
Answered 5 years ago
Mousumi Ghosh

Select my topics under the forum section.
V.R.JOTHIBASSU
Answered 6 years ago
V.R.JOTHIBASSU

On the Forum page, you will find 'My Topic' from which you can track your answers.

Sheetal Kumar N
Answered one year ago
Sheetal Kumar N

First choose the option connect and under that you will find my topics and you can click that to view your posts and your recent replies. If you want to check your questions then you have to click on my stuff in the connect category.
krishna pramod
Answered 6 years ago
krishna pramod

Already explained above, also ypu can see your activities from your profile page, where all the forum activities are listed..
usha manohar
Answered 6 years ago
usha manohar

Just click on MY Topic Link at Forum section. You find your post as well as answer for your post.
DIPU S KUMAR
Answered 5 years ago
DIPU S KUMAR

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