Discussion:FAQ - How to find items you submitted or edited

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Tdoyle (talk|edits) said:

8 January 2006
Have you ever wondered how you could find a discussion topic that you submitted or replied to? It's actually quite simple!
  1. If you aren't already, log in. Look on the very top line of any TaxAlmanac page - if you see a link create an account or log in then you aren't logged in. Follow that link to do so.
  2. Select the my contributions link on the very top line of any TaxAlmanac page.

Each item that you have edited will be displayed and you can click on the name of the page to go right to it. There are links to view the editing history of each page as well as to see the differences between the version you saved and the version just before that. If the page has not been changed since you last changed it, the text (top) will be listed.

Note: To view contributions of another user, select their username to go to their user page, then select the User contributions link from the toolbox on the left.

Was this item helpful to you? If so, reply below. Thanks!

BIG MIKE (talk|edits) said:

9 March 2006
YES IT WAS, THANK YOU

BIG MIKE

Taxea (talk|edits) said:

9 March 2006
Absolutely! Many mahalos!

MRaddie (talk|edits) said:

22 March 2006
NO, I still don't how to access replies to my question of 2/23

Tdoyle (talk|edits) said:

29 March 2006
MRaddie: Your question of 2/23, Discussion:What useful life may be used after Sec 754 election? has had no replies and probably won't as it has now scrolled off of the first page of discussion topics. If you're still looking to get answers, go to your question and post a reply (see the reply box at the bottom) and just say that you're still looking for an answer. Once you do that, your question will float to the top of the list and will be seen by the community again and will hopefully get an answer this time.

- Tim Doyle, TaxAlmanac Moderator 09:34, 29 March 2006 (CST)

Gphillips (talk|edits) said:

21 April 2006
I just found this site 3 days ago and I was thrilled. I am a single office person and many times I have questions and no one to ask. I will be using this site year round.

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