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Fri, Oct 5, 2012 3:01 PM

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Feedback Site: How do I find topics I've created or replied to on this feedback forum?

It's really a shame. I reported this over two or years ago (I would point to that post but I CAN'T FIND MY OLD POSTS).

Here's a use case: I just posted a bug report yesterday. Today I would like to elaborate on it, add more information. I should be able to easily go and find a list of all my posts. I know the list exists somewhere, but that user experience is so broken I have been looking for 10 minutes and still can't find it.

Come on, this is a basic and common use case. Put it under the "Me" menu and be done with it. That's where users will look first. That's where it should be. Get it done.

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5 years ago

Go to your profile to see posts you've created or replied to: http://feedback.photoshop.com/me

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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Your link is working ... but the "Me" link on the site is not directed to my profile page. There is no link on the site for my profile page.

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8 years ago

Note that the only way I have found to see a list of your posts is to click on your name next to a post that you have written. That's one of the reasons I wrote this post, so I could access that list.

Ridiculous.

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8 years ago

Hi Tom,

That correct. You go to your profile to see all the posts you are subscribed to, as well as manage your subscriptions, etc.

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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8 years ago

Jeffrey, that is not correct, nor is it what this question is about. I'm not talking about my subscriptions, but "my activity" - the list of posts that I have created or responded to. What you describe is how it works on other Get Satisfaction sites (that's the software that powers feedback.photoshop.com), but here, it takes you to your Photoshop.com account, which has nothing to do with Get Satisfaction.

When you first log in to the site, you are not looking at any posts that might have your name on it. Therefore there is no way (that I have found) to get to your Get Satisfaction "My Profile" page. The obvious way (the one your users will try) is to use the "Me" link at the top of the page. And then Me > My Home or Me > My Account. Neither of these contain links to your posts.

The ONLY way that I have found so far is to create a new post, or respond to someone else's post (gratuitously) and then click on your name.

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Yeah, clicking your name is the best method. And it's how I go about it. Your page for instance is -- http://feedback.photoshop.com/people/...

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Generally, I found that if I go to the url:
http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
and change '/photoshop_family' to 'me' it redirects me to all my posts!

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8 years ago

I can't for the life of me find the posts I'm supposed to be following, have commented on, or questions I have posted! This site design is terrible!!! Help!

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Feedback Site: How do I find my posts on this site?.

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8 years ago

Really. I've posted questions months ago and still don't know if they've had responses as there is no way of finding them. Please fix this. Thank you.

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8 years ago

There is a simple way of finding your posts..
First make sure you are signed in.
Open any post, at the bottom of the post you will see "Reply to This Topic" click the picture to the left and you will get a list of all your posts.

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Yup that works. Easy but not obvious at all. I would never thought of it in a hundred years so thanks for pointing this out.

A big part of the confusion for me at least is that the feedback site is really a separate site even though it shows up under the photoshop.com headers. So I kept trying to access info about the feedback site by looking in photoshop.com and of course photoshop.com has basically nothing in common besides your login id.

-louie

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8 years ago

I can't get your workaround to work for me (at least not with this post - it just scrolls me to the top of the page!).

At any rate, even if it does work, that's a horrible UI implementation. My point is that this should be a VERY common use-case and thus should have a fairly obvious way of doing it in the UI. The correct place for this is in the My Stuff menu. The fact that Photoshop.com has taken over the GetSatisfaction menu is at the root of the problem.

I honestly have never believed that this forum did anything other than provide a place for disgruntled users to rant, so I don't actually expect this to be addressed, but maybe if other users agree, the issue might get noticed.

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7 years ago

How do I find my questions, ideas, problem reports?

RONC

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Find my questions, ideas, problem reports?.

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7 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
I'm unable to find a previous post to the forum, and am not able to see if anyone has answered my question..


Most help forums seem to have a way to find your past posts to see if anyone has answered. I'm not seeing this in the adobe forums. Is this possible?

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7 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Feedback Site: How can I find posts by me?.


isn't there a way for a user, "like me," to list all messages posted or answered by me. It could have been on another site but was sure it's this one. TIA

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Just click on your name. Your account profile is here: http://feedback.photoshop.com/people/...

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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7 years ago

gracias

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7 years ago

like others have said. it just goes back to the photoshop.com page with mo mention of your messages or name. o'well!

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7 years ago

Hi John,

Here's what I see when I go to your profile link (w/options to see what topics you've followed, created, replied, or voted/agreed with):



I've asked if we can have the "Welcome " link in the upper right of the feedback page go to your profile pages. We'll see if that can be done, as it should help discoverability.

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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So, where is my profile? I don't see a link for that anywhere?

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7 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
How do I find my posts?.


This feels like a complete newbie question, but.. these forums seem to be quirkier than most... so.. I'll guess that I'm missing something obvious...

but...

if I want to see a list of the topics I've started or chipped in on... where do I go?