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bj1208 posted:
Hey Chrissy -

TRS1960 had posted a concern that one of his posts had been removed.

I've noticed that sometimes when I respond to a post I will go back and look later and noticed my post is not there - at first thought it was just me thinking I had responded, but I always copy my responses before I post them in case an error message pops up saying their was problems in posting - this way I won't lose what i've written.

just wonder if anyone else has noticed where a response they've made has disappeared??

Thanks -

davedsel57 responded:
I've been having this happen in several communities as well. Looks like some technical problems are happening again.
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Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Joy,

I have noticed the same thing over the past few days, and I'm going to report this today. I believe it was reported by other members and moderators as well, so let's hope they are working on this and will get this fixed very quickly.

I'm so sorry for the inconvenience!
Thanks for bringing this to our attention, it really helps!
Chrissy~ WebMD Staff

Confucius Say;
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.

davedsel57 replied to Chris_WebMD_Staff's response:
Thank you very much, Chrissy. I also have noticed duplicate postings - 2, 3 or even more occurrences of the same post. I don't know if the member pushes the 'Submit' button more than once or thought their reply did not post and sent it again.

Thanks for all you do here.
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bj1208 replied to davedsel57's response:
Chrissy - I noticed this too about duplicate postings -

And also, a BIG THANKS TO YOU ALL for everything!!


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