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    Linux Enthusiast apoorv_khurasia's Avatar
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    Resolved Issues and Notification


    There are many threads available on this forum and most of them (if not all as in The Coffee Lounge) provide useful insight on the working of a healthy system. Many times people read earlier posts and want to beforehand if that issue was resolved when the "thread poster" followed the suggestions that were given to him. Can you encorporate a feature by which the thread starter can change the status of the thread to resolved. If there is nothing that can be done then indeed people should be encouraged to post a small followup (I know its in the Forum Introduction Book but that does not seem to work). At my hand I do this whenever I post a query and encourage the thread poster to do so when I answer one.
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    Hi, apoorv_khurasia

    We discussed this in another thread a few months back. Core Wizard is working on making an option to allow users to easily mark their threads solved. You can read more about it here:

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/com...-iniative.html
    oz

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    I am happy to know that it is under consideration. Keep up the good work everyone. Good Luck!!!
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