New Forum Feature Added

Welcome to the newly redesigned Science Careers Forum. Please bookmark this site now for future reference. If you've previously posted to the forum, your current username and password will remain the same in the new system. If you've never posted or are new to the forum, you will need to create a new account.

The new forum is designed with some features to improve the user experience. Upgrades include:
- easy-to-read, threaded discussions
- ability to follow discussions and receive notifications of updates
- private messaging to other SC Forum members
- fully searchable database of posts
- ability to quote in your response
- basic HTML formatting available

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New Forum Feature Added

Postby Dave Jensen » Wed Dec 15, 2004 1:23 pm

Hello to all readers/posters:

Thanks to a suggestion by Harris, a regular forum reader and participant, we now have a new feature that you will find on every post you read. This feature allows you to send an instant email to anyone who you would like to have read that post . . . These emails are quick and easy, and they help us expand our user base by alerting others to this great resource.

Give it a try -- send yourself an email. You'll find that it is non-intrusive, and you should know that we are NOT COLLECTING any information in these email forms. They are for your own purposes, but it helps the forum in general by increasing the exposure base.

Thank you for all your help in making this forum a tremendous success. I hope you will see that we are open to all suggestions that will improve the useability of the site.

Regards, Dave
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New Forum Feature Added

Postby Phillip » Thu Dec 16, 2004 11:43 am


I like this feature and have already used it several times. I can see how it will increase the readership here. Good luck to you -- I find the forum quite valuable,


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