deleting a post

  1. 0 How can I delete a post? Do I have to upgrade and will that really let me delete a post?
  2. Visit  macgirl profile page

    About macgirl, ADN

    macgirl has '3' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Psych & Gero psych'. From 'Chapel Hill, NC'; Joined Jun '11; Posts: 162; Likes: 61.

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  3. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    The easiest way to do it is to go to the post, click on edit, and then delete out the entire post, replacing it with several periods or something. Or you can contact an admin person for assistance. The original poster can not entirely delete a post as if it weren't there.
  4. Visit  macgirl profile page
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    There is no edit button.
  5. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    Hmmm. Maybe the edit button is associated with level of membership. I don't know. I have had times when my edit button did not show and then it came back again. Can't really say. You need some help from one of the admins or mods.
  6. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    The only posts you can edit are your own, you know. You can't delete or edit someone else's post, if this is what you are asking about.
  7. Visit  macgirl profile page
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    No just my own, I don't have a paid membership since you do. Do you always have a edit option? if you look at older posts a few days old can you make changes? Thanks!
  8. Visit  Trenia profile page
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    You can't edit posts once they are quoted or if they are given kudos.

    I just looked it up on the compare memberships link. Regular members can edit posts for five minutes. Paid memberships can edit posts after five minutes. Thought I saw that somewhere.
    It's been five minutes.
    Last edit by Trenia on Jun 11, '11
  9. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    Yeah. I can edit my posts, even the old ones. I think it does have to do with paid membership. I think all posts can be edited for five minutes within original posting, after five minutes, that is it for those people who don't have the paid membership. But I don't know for certain. You can find this out by clicking on the upgrade membership area and see if it is there. Or maybe somebody will come along who knows the scoop.
  10. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    I just looked it up on the compare memberships link. Regular members can edit posts for five minutes. Paid memberships can edit posts after five minutes. Thought I saw that somewhere.
  11. Visit  macgirl profile page
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    Thanks! $30.00 that's a bit much.... Why did you choose to upgrade? and do you think it's worth it?
  12. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    I like having the extra features. They are listed on that link I mentioned. Go to "my account" in the yellow bar, click on the first choice, operator panel or something like that, then look all the way to the right on, I think, the first option. You will see "compare memberships". A click on that link will show you what the differences are. I also like the shade of blue used for platinum members (probably the real reason for me).
  13. Visit  macgirl profile page
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    Hummmm, I wonder what the differences are between the too for edit/delete features since platinum has more but no specifics are mentioned.
  14. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    From what I saw, the only differences for editing have to do with the five minute limit, and all paid memberships get this feature. For me, I think that alone would be worth the $30 fee. Although you should always be mindful of what you post, sometimes you want to change something a long time after you originally posted it.


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