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Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
Exchanges provide a more dynamic way to keep up with ongoing discussions.

But If you're finding how discussions and responses are displayed now is a bit confusing, are wondering how to keep track, and would like a more traditional view of an exchange, you can do that!

When you come to an exchange, click on the Discussions link on the upper left sidebar and voila!

(You can do the same if you want to just look at tips or resources.)

To go back to the view you get when you first come in to an exchange, just click on the Exchange Home link on the upper left sidebar.
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fibroinsd responded:
I am still confused...and if I am confused...heaven only knows what others are doing..

I replied to Jim...now I don't see it there..and after I hit reply, I had trouble figuring out how to go back to the discussions..

I will keep trying things..

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Anjl26 responded:
After you click into a discussion and reply, then go to the top left and click on discussions to go back to the discussion list again.

That may not be the proper way to do it, but it's working for me for now.


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