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    Why does my post take so long to show up?
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    Olivia_WebMD_Staff posted:
    If you are posting into the What's Happening Now area on the front page of an Exchange, you may notice that it takes a minute or so for your post or reply to show up on that feed.

    However, if you post from our Index Pages for Discussions , Tips or Resources your post should show up immediately.

    So, if you are posting from the front of the Exchange and your post doesn?t show up right away you don?t have to post again. Just give it a minute and refresh your page. You should then see it there.

    We appreciate your patience as we make it through this first phase after launch. If you notice that it is taking much longer than a minute for your post to appear on the Exchange, please write to ExchangeManagement@webmd.net and let our staff know.

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