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- by Rikki's Number Jan 11, '12Maybe this is the wrong place to ask...
I used to come here as a visitor and it was different. If you do the "what's new" button, it seems that 90% of everything is about what school to go to, or hiring possibilities, or stuff for new nurses. I don't mean to be rude at all, but I don't really care how difficult the curriculum is at Snuffy Smith College of Nursing. I understand that this site has new nurses, too.
I think it used to be different, maybe I just remember incorrectly. I like the discussions that used to be Allnurses Central. Now I can't seem to find anything here. Am I doing something wrong? I used to could look at "Last 24 hours", or something like that, and I never got beginner nursing stuff.
I hope not to offend anyone. I know new nurses may be interested in "How to pass the N-CLEX", but I am way past that. Or is it that there is no Allnurses Central anymore?
- Jan 11, '12 by sirIHello Rikki,
We moved your post to its own thread.
Yes, allnurses.com and the Break Room have mixed posts. The two sites are not completely separate......yet. Please be patient as this will be fixed as soon as the larger "bugs" are completey squashed since the upgrade.
The "Last 24 hours" is no longer available.
You can click on "Break Room" above and right and go to each individual forum ........ for now.
But, like I explained, the two sites will be separated soon.
- Jan 11, '12 by Rikki's NumberThank you for replying. I used to check in on the "old" site, and then when I joined, I noticed everything is so different.
I was not fussing, just confused a little. Of course that is not anything new for me, lol.
- Jan 12, '12 by caliotter3I used to always use the last 24 hours link. It is ok now that more pages have been added to the what's new queue, but I noticed that a thread will disappear from the lineup if one responds to it. If this is on purpose, it is a little inconvenient should one want to return to that thread. As for content, that is a function of the site and the people who respond. It is definitely offputting to those who are interested more in topics about nursing, rather than student topics. However, it has been said before that there will be no segregation, so we have to put up with it. One day I was especially aggravated and started counting the thread titles that were about student stuff versus nursing, it was enough to make me change my activity that day.