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"Solved" & "Not Solved" Label.

There is already a system for that. Look for the tick next to the thread. 

EDIT: The "issue" is that a lot of people don't use the best answer feature. 
 

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Should we have a "Solved" and "Not Solved" label on threads?  

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  1. 1. Should we have a "Solved" and "Not Solved" label on threads?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

It would be really nice to see a forum feature where on the sub-forum areas where it lists off the individual threads a "Solved" or "Not Solved" icon so we know if its obviously been solved quickly and easily.

It not only makes the forums look more organized if it was clearly shown whats solved and what isnt, but make it a lot easier to navigate and work around. Thanks for taking this suggestion into consideration. :)

 

 


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If you mark it as solved, it shows as such. By not marking it as solved, one can assume the issue is still open for discussion.


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I know theres an "answered" tag/icon. The not solved one is more or less the same as not putting one there :P


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That feature does exist as the best answer option, when a thread has the OP selects as the  best answer in the main subform there is an orange check mark noting that thread has been answered.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ahh! I've got you guys! Thanks for educating me :D

Feel free to close/remove this thread :D

Just now, W-L said:

That feature does exist as the best answer option, when a thread has the OP selects as the  best answer in the main subform there is an orange check mark noting that thread has been answered.

 

Just now, Godlygamer23 said:

If you mark it as solved, it shows as such. By not marking it as solved, one can assume the issue is still open for discussion.

 


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You can also filter threads for subforums and activity feeds by Best Answer marked ones. Or with least replies which is also good indicator for people whose problem hasn't been solved.

The mark could be more clear and have label like it did with previous version.

 


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