[Solved] Is there a way to see topics to which you've subscribed?
I was looking for an answer @DaveHamilton had posted to a question I'd asked, but didn't immediately see a way to see the posts I've made or the posts I'm following. Am I missing it?
Another way to quickly access a person's profile (without using the hamburger) is to simply click on their name whenever it appears in the system. For example in the "author" box on their question or post.
I can see the hamburger menu on the mobile version of the website (but got confused because there's a TMO hamburger too). I just found My Profile on the desktop web version. It's on the grey bar under the ad banner to the right of Forum.
Kinda sad that someone downvoted me for asking this question. That seems kind of anti-welcoming to me.
Ah. I think that action has unexpected consequences. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure downvotes actually lower the "cred" of the person who wrote the comment/question. One of the motivators of a message board is to gain such cred to be recognized as one who contributes in a valuable way. I'm not certain that's how this forum software works, but it is true for other forum software, such as Reddit. Downvotes, in general, mean that something was stupid or wrong. Might be better to let the system work organically?
Thanks @adam-christianson. Cool on the click the person's name trick. And thanks for the info on the up/down arrows not affecting reputation. I have a new question though - where are the Like buttons? You said on non-Q&A posts, but when I make a post it doesn't ask me to identify if it's a Q&A or not. And I don't see a like button. As before, I'm sure it's there but I'm not seeing it!
Hmmm. Maybe I'm being dense, but I don't have a profile button, only Edit profile (see attached image).
The link you sent is exactly what I was looking for but without knowing that URL I'm not seeing how to get to it. I tried clicking on my avatar but that didn't work, tried clicking on my in the Online members' area but that showed stuff about how much I'd posted or been upvoted and such, not the link you posted.