Continuing the discussion from Please Report TuDiabetes Website Issues:
I wish I had a general way to make this easy for you to do now, Judith, but I can’t think of one. However, you can get a list of the posts from someone you like to always check out by looking at their user profile page.
I’ve tried to outline how to navigate to a person’s user profile page in the text and images that follow below.
To keep a list of the friends you frequently check up on, one possible way to accomplish this would be to save browser bookmarks to the user profile pages of those people you follow frequently.
####Desription of How To Navigate to a User Profile page
This is how I navigate to a person’s user profile page.
Left click on either the user profile picture or user name in the top right corner of a post that person has made. This will display that person’s
Note: Actually I think you can do this anywhere the person’s user profile picture is shown, such as in the list of people who have “liked” a post. I just used the top right corner of post as an example because it’s probably the easiest for most people to find.
Once again, left click either the user profile picture or user name on the
User Card. This will take you to that person’s user profile page.
Note: Do not click on the either the badge boxes or the Message box. Those are separate buttons which perform different functions.
Use the buttons on the left side of the page to filter which type of posts are listed. The first four button labels are
All— No filtering. Show any activity.
Topics— Show only the topics which this person created.
Replies— Show any replies made to topics or comments.
Responses— Show only posts which were replies to this persons’s comments or topics.
####Screen Captures Showing How To Navigate to a User Profile page
- Left click on profile picture or user name in a post to display the
- Left click either the user profile picture or user name on the
User Cardto go to user profile page.
- Use the filter buttons on the left side of user profile page to select which posts are displayed.