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    One thing I'm disapointed about is you can't click on the "more posts by"
    whitebear4 posted:
    Then I could see what else is going on with the member that might be contributing to their pain. Otherwise everything else is fine.
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    allergic_too responded:
    Hi whitebear4, I noticed that if you click on people's name or the image, it takes you to a page which shows all their posts.
    121sweetie replied to allergic_too's response:
    Yes, but only for that board/exchange. It won't show you stuff posted on other boards/exchanges by that same person.
    Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to 121sweetie's response:
    This is true and it's intentional. Some members want a level of privacy when they post on exchanges for different conditions. ;-)

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