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Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
Don't get to your favorite boards every day? We're all busy, so sometimes it is nice to have your board come to you. WebMD Community now has an email digest available for each of our message boards.

Digests give you all the new posts for your community for the past 24 hours and even link you up directly to posts from our experts.

Read a little more about email digests and how to sign up for them , and then start getting your own digests!

The WebMD Community Staff
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annette030 responded:
I personally found that the email digests in their present form do not save any time at all. I still have to click back and forth between pages, etc. I liked the old ones and had hoped they would return in the same format.

How do I "link up directly to posts from our experts"? I asked on another board if I could do that and another moderator told me no, I couldn't. I would like to avoid all the time wasted with social posting, and just read Dr. Pellegrino's posts from the FMS Board.

Meanwhile, I rarely read four out of five of the boards I have been associated with on a daily basis. I held on until the email digests came back. I do still read the Pain Management Board almost daily, and visit here occasionally.

On the Pain Management Board the moderator said there were members who liked the new email digests, but so far I haven't seen any posts to substantiate that. I will check the other boards.

Take care, Annette


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