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Is this a good idea?

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Post by Zacbonic/Albinotiger Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:10 pm

I think Forumotion should Allow The founder of a forum the option to link two forums together, making it so all the Registered members of one forum would be able to Be registered members of another forum too Without having to register on another forum, Also this would save the pain of having to fill out 10 profiles Hem .


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Post by SLGray Tue Apr 02, 2013 8:36 pm

Please add a poll if this is a suggestion.


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Post by Zacbonic/Albinotiger Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:06 pm

Alright i added a poll.
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Post by Ape Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:14 pm

Sorry i had to vote no here,if a forum was to be hacked by some one then all this info could be used to hack the other forums.

The down side is that if you make your account with 1 forum or 100 forums you should always use different account info and passwords to limit your account's getting hacked.

There you go my 5 pence worth lol


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Post by Zacbonic/Albinotiger Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:30 pm

APE wrote:Sorry i had to vote no here,if a forum was to be hacked by some one then all this info could be used to hack the other forums.

The down side is that if you make your account with 1 forum or 100 forums you should always use different account info and passwords to limit your account's getting hacked.

There you go my 5 pence worth lol
Well that's where forum back-ups and password changing comes in handy Smile , and also not telling people your password Shocked
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Post by Guest Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:38 am

I don't see the point.
As you can just add more forums or categories,such as general discussion for example to your existing forum.
It's easier for the members and less work for the admin.
On many big Windows forums I am member of,they have a separate Windows 8 forum from the Windows 7 ones. Where you have to register again and start from the bottom as a junior member with zero posts. I find that so silly when it's the same discussions,computers etc.
It would be far better for the forum owners to have just created a Windows 8 forum within the existing site.
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Post by Zacbonic/Albinotiger Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:39 pm

Well alot of Gaming forums are having problems with members Joining one site for the addons and mods, so they only join one forum, but then they won't Register on the other forum Because that would be too much work, And
@APE Alot of members ( about 85% ) use the same password for everything so they won't forget their passwords.
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Post by Jophy Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:28 am

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