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Thread: How can I catch up on the QB?

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    How can I catch up on the QB?

    I use the What's New section of the QB everyday, but need to know how I can go back far enough to read what I missed while away on vacation, for instance 2 or 3 weeks. The What's New section is certainly not long enough to show it all. Can I go back to a certain date and read forward? THX

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    Go down to the bottom of the page and click on ARCHIVES. Then click on a section that you are interested in. There you will find every post that has been made in the category...newest one is on top.
    MzzzQuilts aka Ellen

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    Yes ... the Archive is the place to go and puts it all in reverse chronological order.
    I never use the What's New, as this way, I only see the topic once, and if I am interested I can subscribe and/or post and catch the ongoing discussions.


    Soooooo........... Make yourself a big pot of tea
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    THANK YOU ladies!!!

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    When I go to the office with DH, I use my phone to go to the QB. Passes the time. He has no concept of what a few minutes means. 5 minutes to him can turn into an hour. I have learned to ask about the tasks he has to take care of and have often elected to stay home or use my smartphone to catch up on QB and other sites.

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