Just an observation but lately the forums seem pretty dead, especially hot deals. I mean you have a few posters that post dozens of items and it seems hard to get some real hot topics going. Not sure if this is the beaning of the end or the result of the ebates take-over and subsequent leveling off of what I think once made this a great site. Don't get me wrong, I am still around and want this seen in a positive light but I think you need to start lighting some more fires to get good real hot topics that are perhaps being directed to other sites.....
How about updating the "Forums Quick Links" to use similar color coding to that being used on the Forums page to tell you which have new content since your last visit? †I'm talking about the Blue vs. Gray folder icons on the Forum page. †If you could change the background of the Quick Links to indicate if there are new deals, it would speed things along - no need to check out a Forum if there are no new deals.
yesidonoitall said: †some here detest resellers like it is a 4 letter word. † And why do you think that might be?† For those of us who legitimately want a specific product at a great price, the reseller represents an obstacle to that, and ultimately, either causing the item to be sold out, or a higher price on the 3rd party market.††† Pretty straightforward...
BradMajors said: Allow people to turn off fatwallet express popups. †† Ditto for ALL popups AND banners. We should have the option to dismiss these permanently instead of being subjected to them on every page we visit and every device we use, no matter how many times we dismiss them (i.e., account specific, not based on cookies or other limited/temporary criteria). A recent and very annoying example being the extremely long running and pervasive AdBlockPlus warning banner.
mapatsfan said: Can we get the option to block certain individual (Staff) accounts in two forums, Hot Deals and Free Stuff? † Are you saying they are not actually posting hot deals but deals they got their palm greased for posting?
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