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Old 02-17-2019, 12:49 PM   #81
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Old 05-08-2019, 02:34 PM   #82
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At the end of the day, your order of operations for question posts should be.

1.Search for posts that have already answered your question.
2.Start a new thread asking your question.
3.Ask one of the site team members or frequent posters your question.
4.Derail a thread with something unrelated.

I always thought we were a tolerant bunch, because some aren't familiar with forums and their etiquette, but maybe we're not \_(ツ)_/


ME: Great post, but as a Noob I have no idea how to search posts, start a new thread, who's a site team member, and what does "derail a thread" mean?

I am super excited to have found Skoolie.net because you all have a ton of experience and willingness to share your expertise. However, I have absolutely no idea how to navigate the website, how to post, and am completely confused by your shorthand language.

So - old bus dudes - I would love some guidance on how to use the website - just point me to a string please. Cheers, Kathy
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Old 05-08-2019, 02:46 PM   #83
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Originally Posted by Booyah45828 View Post

At the end of the day, your order of operations for question posts should be.

1.Search for posts that have already answered your question.
2.Start a new thread asking your question.
3.Ask one of the site team members or frequent posters your question.
4.Derail a thread with something unrelated.

I always thought we were a tolerant bunch, because some aren't familiar with forums and their etiquette, but maybe we're not \_(ツ)_/


ME: Great post, but as a Noob I have no idea how to search posts, start a new thread, who's a site team member, and what does "derail a thread" mean?

I am super excited to have found Skoolie.net because you all have a ton of experience and willingness to share your expertise. However, I have absolutely no idea how to navigate the website, how to post, and am completely confused by your shorthand language.

So - old bus dudes - I would love some guidance on how to use the website - just point me to a string please. Cheers, Kathy
If you look above to the right you will see a search bar. You can search this site from there or search in Google. Use the search for the site and ask your question there, it will bring up numerous threads on the subject here. You can read those before deciding if you need more input.
At the top left of each forum you will see a "New Thread" prompt for starting a new thread. Derailing or hijacking a thread is making posts that are off topic.
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