Specific user created content not viewable?

People's Champ ,
Sep 21, 2011

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On a user's 'People' page, the old tabs for:

Username > Recent Activity

Used to be a chronological listing of all posts to which

the user has recently contributed, without any duplications.

=and=

Username > Username's Stuff

Was a chronological listing of content originated by the user.

These have now become:

Username > Profile

Now accompanied by a duplicate-riddled 'Recent Activity' list.

=and=

Username > Username's Stuff > Username's Latest Content

This is now a just a longer version of the jumbled mish-mash

of new and old posts in which that the user may or may not

have recently participated that now appears as the username pop-up..

I would often check posts originated by specific forum members,

Adobe employees and Community Professionals who are known

to not waste the bandwidth by originating an irrelevant post.

With the omission of any ability to easily list content originated

by a specific user, this is now much more difficult to do.

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Specific user created content not viewable?

People's Champ ,
Sep 21, 2011

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On a user's 'People' page, the old tabs for:

Username > Recent Activity

Used to be a chronological listing of all posts to which

the user has recently contributed, without any duplications.

=and=

Username > Username's Stuff

Was a chronological listing of content originated by the user.

These have now become:

Username > Profile

Now accompanied by a duplicate-riddled 'Recent Activity' list.

=and=

Username > Username's Stuff > Username's Latest Content

This is now a just a longer version of the jumbled mish-mash

of new and old posts in which that the user may or may not

have recently participated that now appears as the username pop-up..

I would often check posts originated by specific forum members,

Adobe employees and Community Professionals who are known

to not waste the bandwidth by originating an irrelevant post.

With the omission of any ability to easily list content originated

by a specific user, this is now much more difficult to do.

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Joe, I guess this one and what happened to fly-out user profile window are related issues.

When I bumped into a mess in fly-out window, I said to myself 'OK, let's had a look at what was going on in full user profile. Some extra clicks was not a problem'... However, I was surprised that I just COULD NOT filter threads originated from a user...

Yes, it's possible to click on User's Stuff tab, choose Discussions on the panel on the left and then set the filter on 'Open Questions' or 'Answered Questions', but it's impossible to filter threads that are not marked as a question (e.g. announcement or whatever)...

That's why I was talking about relevant filters here.

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People's Champ ,
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I guess this one and what happened to fly-out user profile window are related issues.

Probably true.

Yes, it's possible to click on User's Stuff tab, choose Discussions on the panel on the left and then set the filter on 'Open Questions' or 'Answered Questions', but it's impossible to filter threads that are not marked as a question (e.g. announcement or whatever)...

You're right... clumsy, time consuming and inefficient if you are looking for announcements.

That's why I was talking about relevant filters here.

Implementing relevant filters would be great.

Better yet, I thought it worked fine arranged as it used to be.

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