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Where is simple, paginated list of all Discussions in a forum?

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Feb 06, 2017

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We often need to just browse all recent discussions in a product forum, the old-fashioned way, by reading through discussion titles.

Not Searching, not Starting a new discussion, not by selecting some pre-packaged set of discussions Adobe thinks will address all our concerns.

Just a simple chronological list of Discussions.

The current Recent Discussions block, with More button at bottom, just stops dead cold after a few Mores.

Oh, wait ... it is reached via Content, towards top of page, after Overview, kind of obscured by a graphical element...

I remember now, I keep stumbling across that every few months...

Please put a few more links to that within the Overview page, near the Discussion elements, using something more obvious like "All Discussions."

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Where is simple, paginated list of all Discussions in a forum?

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We often need to just browse all recent discussions in a product forum, the old-fashioned way, by reading through discussion titles.

Not Searching, not Starting a new discussion, not by selecting some pre-packaged set of discussions Adobe thinks will address all our concerns.

Just a simple chronological list of Discussions.

The current Recent Discussions block, with More button at bottom, just stops dead cold after a few Mores.

Oh, wait ... it is reached via Content, towards top of page, after Overview, kind of obscured by a graphical element...

I remember now, I keep stumbling across that every few months...

Please put a few more links to that within the Overview page, near the Discussion elements, using something more obvious like "All Discussions."

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If you go into any message in a forum and click on the link marked by the arrow in this image (probably won't come through in your notification email, so be sure to view this post on the forums themselves), you will get a list of posts in chronological order (of latest activity).

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Yes, it's not ideal.

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Vincent,

I always simply use my bookmarked Discussions page.

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But, if you don't happen to be in a discussion as I originally suggested (or have a bookmark as Jacob suggests), you can also click the Content tab at the top of each forum as demonstrated by this arrow.

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