Under Review I want to search through my conversations/inbox

Discussion in 'Feedback/Support/Suggestions' started by DesertRose, Mar 9, 2011.  |  Print Topic

  1. DesertRose
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    Is this possible?
     
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  2. karung99
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    I think so, just click inbox and on left side there is show all.... and you could do advance search.

    Good luck
     
  3. DesertRose
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    I've tried that. I have had two forum posts and 10 conversation posts the past two days. When I do an advanced search for posts by me, all I see is my forum posts. I want to search my own conversations. As far as I can tell, there is no way to specify/access this. I know I wrote down an idea in a conversation with someone, but now I can't find it. Maybe I need a special geriatric subscription...
     
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    DesertRose is correct, it doesn't look like it is possible to search conversations. A very good suggestion, I have added this to the master list. Thanks.
     
  5. Gargoyle
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    Bump.

    I know it's in the master list, but please lean on the developers for two features:
    1. Search conversations
    2. Ability to sort/store conversations in folders

    As MP grows and matures, we start collecting lots of conversations- I have about 200. I find I'm both wasting time digging through them, and I'm resisting starting new conversations (yet as a guide I want to feel no hesitation in starting new conversations).

    For me, sorting them into folders is a higher priority than searching them, but YMMV.
     

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