Seems this particular forum (Forum Assistance) is a popular place. Folks keep posting here but don't realize it's for help using the site, not for help with their OS or computer. Of the 20 most recent threads since August 2012, only four of them are questions about the site. Only one of those four got a reply but was soon abandoned and left unresolved. The forum title hasn't changed for clarity, and those 16 remaining threads haven't been moved so others might notice and respond. Yep, many of those threads got some kind of response. What I'm seeing are threads with zero replies but, in fact, do have replies; double posted threads because of software errors; the intro thread I started and replied to a few hours ago still shows the last reply was yesterday afternoon; no auto-subscribe sent to my regular email when starting a thread... and more. This seems a friendly place and I'd like to support its success, but I think using the forums is more difficult than it needs to be. Kinda defeats the purpose of putting folks together when they hafta hunt through a bunch of individual threads just to see if there's been a reply or follow a discussion. At other places, a quick glance at a forum's threads offers the same info. Maybe editing some of the under-five-posts member attributes might help? My question... will anything mentioned here be addressed/implemented to make the forums easier to use?