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25-Mar-2009 6:26 pm

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Dave_D

Dave_D

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25-Mar-2009 10:13 pm

This site is really awful! It is much fiddlier to access the forums and threads, the adverts are enormous and very intrusive. If this is the new site, please leave the old one up so some of us can join a discussion without enormous flashing ads everywhere.

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Glitter

Glitter

Posts: 1

25-Mar-2009 11:10 pm

A truly dreadful new site I cannot think what possessed the creator to think users would like this. There are no benefits to membership here at all.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

26-Mar-2009 7:23 am

Anyone found the delete key yet. for say if you post a topic/reply then wish to change/edit/delete. This function seems to have disappeared altogether. Not impressed and i have now played for a while with it.

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chestnut

chestnut

Location: cambridge
Posts: 2

26-Mar-2009 10:46 am

I dont like this. The ads down the right side are distracting and the background is too pale.

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kato1

kato1

Location: UK
Posts: 20

26-Mar-2009 11:19 am

Can't cope with this! Thought I'd gone to the wrong site to start with - then couldn't rememeber the log details!! Why do companies do this. I'll be honest - usually i pop in to have a look most days, not sure I will now.

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kato1

kato1

Location: UK
Posts: 20

26-Mar-2009 11:24 am

They also publish your full name, email and location if you are not looking - had to go and edit mine... be careful......

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Anonymous

Anonymous

26-Mar-2009 4:15 pm

The above caught me out spent 30 mins editing details cause I couldnt find it, by then all man and beast had access to my details (Not impressed). Incidentally Glitter how do you rid yourself of your location yours is not displayed any tip greatfully recieved

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Gabriel Fleming

Gabriel Fleming

Location: London
Posts: 2

26-Mar-2009 4:47 pm

Well it's nice to see some of our regulars have joined us on the new platform. Even if you're not fans (yet) :o)

Chestnut - totally agree with you on the ads. They are distracting, but they are a necessary evil that will hopefully help nursingtimes.net stay alive and healthy in tough economic times.

With regards to the design and the functionality of the new forums, we are always open to suggestions from our readers, and if there is a consensus I can take it to my bosses and try and get you the changes you want.

kato1 - really sorry that your email address displayed! This is the first day of our new site and we had a few teething problems. This is now sorted. And if anyone is unhappy with their real name or location being displayed, they can change their profile. If you're not sure how to do this, my colleague Victoria would be happy be help. (020 7728 3716)

Also, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week we are getting nurses in to test the new website so we can improve it. If you'd like to be a tester, get in touch! gabriel.fleming@emap.com

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kato1

kato1

Location: UK
Posts: 20

26-Mar-2009 5:36 pm

I've tried to edit to remove my address but it won't let me. Not impressed - anyone any ideas?

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jody1

jody1

Location: Portsmouth
Posts: 3

26-Mar-2009 6:30 pm

Hi Kato1

if you go to My Account - top right, then you can change your names in My Account, and change which one is used under My Profile - edit my profile.

See if that helps.

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sjc

sjc

Location: somewhere in england
Posts: 9

26-Mar-2009 6:34 pm

yes but you cant change location only on your profile. and what good is that when it is displayed under photo by post for all to see. I cant even find my registered info such as address to change it privacy policy non existent!!

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jody1

jody1

Location: Portsmouth
Posts: 3

26-Mar-2009 6:46 pm

Any info you type into your profile will be public.

"Any information entered in this section will be displayed on your public profile"

So if you don't want other users to see it don't put it in.

All the stuff in My Acount will not be shown.

See the difference between my two posts

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jody1

jody1

Location: Portsmouth
Posts: 3

26-Mar-2009 6:47 pm

Maybe if I press save it will work!

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sjc

sjc

Location: somewhere in england
Posts: 9

26-Mar-2009 6:50 pm

yes but you cant change location only on your profile. and what good is that when it is displayed under photo by post for all to see. I cant even find my registered info such as address to change it privacy policy non existent!!

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kato1

kato1

Location: UK
Posts: 20

26-Mar-2009 7:05 pm

Been there, done that... It's still there - at least my email address has gone now - thought I might as well put my bra size up as well.!!

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sjc

sjc

Location: somewhere in england
Posts: 9

26-Mar-2009 7:25 pm

that would just be boasting!! :-D

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kato1

kato1

Location: UK
Posts: 20

27-Mar-2009 7:27 am

I wish .. blush blush... but Hey Location has changed... at long last!!

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sjc

sjc

Location: somewhere in england
Posts: 9

27-Mar-2009 7:49 am

too late I know where you are :-D but seriously good to know they have finally taken it seriously. Thanks to who ever that maybe.

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navynurse35

navynurse35

Location: Portsmouth
Posts: 1

27-Mar-2009 11:38 am

Everything's changed and I've had to re-register. Not as easy to use and the old threads have gone. What about evolution, rather than revolution, e-map?

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Anonymous

Anonymous

27-Mar-2009 11:43 am

When it said "display name" I thought it meant my user name! This is really bad form Administrator!!

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