FAQ ~ Ancestry and Genealogy FAQ: How do I start a new thread (topic)?

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Mar 3, 2010 12:32 PM CST
Name: Janet Colvin
Z8~Beaumont~Southeast Texas
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Sometimes what we have to share isn't something that can be added on to an existing thread (or topic). That's the time you will want to start a new thread. If you want to add to the Family Names Forum, it's a good idea to start your own thread. Be sure to include as much information as you know so that we can possibly help you find out more about your family.

In any of the forums, at the very bottom of the Thread (topics) list, you will see a place to begin a new thread. You will need to fill in the SUBJECT box and then state your post in the message box. You can add a photo to this post, which will show up in the Thread List.

If at any time you forget your photo, or want to change it, let me know and I will help you correct the post. If you find out that you've typed an error in your Family Names Subject Title, I can also correct that. Just let me know. I try to watch them closely, but sometimes errors do get by. We want your information to be as accurate as can possibly be.

Notice that at the bottom right of each post is a POST #. You can click on that number and a window will open with ONLY that post. The URL at the top of the screen will be something you can copy and paste if you want to share that particular post elsewhere.

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