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I wish I could.......

(17 Posts)
Gemini1789 Fri 13-Dec-19 08:20:37

Do a thumbs up on another poster .

Delete my sent message when it’s wrong .

What would improve Gransnet for you ?

Pantglas2 Fri 13-Dec-19 08:24:03

Both of those Gemini1789 and for the last page to come up first on any thread IYSWIM!

Knittynatter Fri 13-Dec-19 08:41:41

Definitely a thumbs up, or a laughing emoji!

DanniRae Fri 13-Dec-19 08:42:37

Hi Pantglas - go to top of the thread and press 'flip' I think you will get your wish for last page on thread first! smile

Squiffy Fri 13-Dec-19 08:44:57

Pantglas2 Near the top of this page, just under Last Day/FAQs, you’ll find Customise. You can switch to oldest posts first on there. HTH

Squiffy Fri 13-Dec-19 08:45:49

Snap Danni!!

merlotgran Fri 13-Dec-19 08:48:59

Use preview before posting.


kittylester Fri 13-Dec-19 08:49:08

Or bookmark the last post you read and the thread will default to that point.

Callistemon Fri 13-Dec-19 09:26:34

Oh kitty! I never knew that

ninathenana Fri 13-Dec-19 09:30:21

These facilities are not available on the mobile site.
grin kittynatter I've always interpreted this as a laughing emoji, is that not how others see it ?

Pantglas2 Fri 13-Dec-19 09:57:07

Thanks for the tips ladies x

EllanVannin Fri 13-Dec-19 09:59:16

I'd like to see emoji's at the top of the page so that you can just highlight whichever is appropriate. I do favour a simple life smile

Gemini1789 Fri 13-Dec-19 18:22:07

Thank you Dannirae. That works for me ( ipad). 🙂

bingo12 Fri 13-Dec-19 20:59:12

The format does seem to encourage much actual inter -communication - people mostly seem to give their own individual advice or opinion on an OP's subject one by one and one after another with even the OP often not replying much - sometimes not at all even after multiple pages of comments.

bingo12 Fri 13-Dec-19 21:02:15

That should be -''The format does NOT seem...''!!! Also posted messages cannot be corrected!

fatgran57 Fri 13-Dec-19 22:55:05

A thumbs up emoji or laughing one would be good.

Also do others think that there are too many forum headings to post under?

Some of them hardly ever have a new post and others are quite similar - eg "ask a gran" "grandparenting " etc.

Pittcity Sat 14-Dec-19 08:32:23

There are lots of options under the arrow on the top right of a thread on the mobile site and more under the three dots bottom right of each can create a set up to suit you.
I'd love a short window to edit though.