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Forums / Welcome and orientation / Can I still reply to a post that has been locked and moved to another thread

Topic: Can I still reply to a post that has been locked and moved to another thread

5 posts, 0 answered
  1. Jo3
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    7 November 2014

    Hi Chris

    Can I still reply to a post that you have locked under Depression?

    Jo

  2. Chris B
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    7 November 2014 in reply to Jo3

    Hi Jo,

    No you can't if it's been locked. I will have explained why I have locked it at the bottom of the thread. 

     

  3. Jo3
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    7 November 2014 in reply to Chris B

    Hi Chris,

    I did read why you locked it and I understand that; it's just that I wanted to reply to one person's post who was replying back to me, but I guess I can't, which is disappointing because that person will now think I didn't want to reply back.

     Jo

  4. Chris B
    Community Manager
    • Works for beyondblue managing these forums. Not a mental health professional, but here to help. Email: christopher.banks@beyondblue.org.au
    • A member of beyondblue's blueVoices community
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    7 November 2014 in reply to Jo3

    Hi Jo,

    I addressed everyone in that thread and said you can continue the discussion in the other thread which contained similar content.

    One of our community rules is that we don't allow posts that repeat the same content in multiple places - it's confusing, and it is unfair on other users as multiple threads about the same or similar topic take up space for others that are wanting to have their threads read and responded to. 

    We have many new members joining every day and it's important that everyone gets a fair go.

  5. Jo3
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    7 November 2014 in reply to Chris B

    Thanks Chris for letting me know.

    I am sorry if I caused a problem or issue. I will check from now on that I don't start a new thread if I have one already with similar content.

    Jo

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