Feedback site: How do I find a topic I created?

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I just came across this site yesterday, and thought what a great thing that I can finally share my feedback/frustrations/heartaches with Adobe developers, and actually get feedback and responses....

So I posted a couple of topics.....and I can't for the life of me figure out how to get back to them to find out if a reply has been posted.. Of course, now there's no way of knowing if I'll be able to find my way back to this thread should someone post a response... :P


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Is there a 'help' for this forum?
An (easy) place where "How do I use this forum?" questions could be placed?
Perhaps one of the Product areas in Advanced Search could be "This Forum".
I want to post a question on 'how to search?'
First I don't know where. Here's what I want to ask?  I'd be happy to do it separately and in the right place.
If I enter "A B C" does it search for ("A" or "B" or "C")?  or for the string "A B C"?
What if I want to look for the phrase "search syntax"?  How would I enter that?
What if I want to look for posts with "search" AND "syntax"?  How would I enter that?
Without knowledge of how to do a good search for an existing topic, then the forum becomes littered with the same thing over and over.  And finding a thread whose last post is 4 years ago makes one(me) question whether any of the information is still good or whether there is something current being discussed but in some other topic/thread.