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  • Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

    When starting a thread that you think might be interesting, make sure the thread title is interesting and has some sort of information about what you want to discuss. Saying "Do you...." or "Lets" or "How about this?" as thread titles gives me nothing to work with as I scan the threads, and therefore I and many others arent going to bother wasting our time clicking into it to see what you want to discuss. If you wanna discuss Splash Mountain drops, say something like "Splash Mountains drops, which is your favorite" or something like that, not "Drops" or even "Splash Mountain". Too vague.

    Please try and use some punctuation reading sentences with no punctuation is difficult lets try using some periods or question marks see it's not that hard

    If you're thinking of starting a thread about a subject that already has 794 threads already, see if what you want to discuss fits into any of the other 794 threads. More than likely, it does, and it'll save the mods time from having to merge threads. Plus it'll save the Micechat community from having once again to see another thread with the subject that says "Yet another <insert name> thread".

    Please feel free to add your own helpful hints to starting and mainting the perfect thread on Micechat!

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    Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

    But what if the subject only has 793 threads devoted to it? Should I make the 794 and only post in the others once the count nears 795?
    -Tim

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    • #3
      Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

      I couldn't agree more! I hate threads that start "What about...",

      and when you click on the link, it has yet another stupid idea for a new ride. Just say "New ride idea: Mr. Toad 3000" or whatever!

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      • #4
        Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

        :bow: Onut!!!!

        Originally posted by Senator David Wu (D-OR)
        Don't let faux-klingons send real Americans to war!

        Originally posted by TheHousingBubbleBlog
        Everyone says that the U.S. doesn’t make anything anymore, but that’s not exactly true. We’re the world leader in the manufacturing of bull****.

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        • #5
          Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

          Excellent thread ONut... In the past few months MiceChat has become overrun by repeat threads, or threads started for no real reason at all making it harder and harder to sift through to find the good stuff.

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          • #6
            Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

            Originally posted by Olympicnut
            If you're thinking of starting a thread about a subject that already has 794 threads already, see if what you want to discuss fits into any of the other 794 threads. More than likely, it does, and it'll save the mods time from having to merge threads. Plus it'll save the Micechat community from having once again to see another thread with the subject that says "Yet another <insert name> thread".
            Hey, I resemble that remark!

            What if your, say, "Yet another bad CM thread" incident is a completely different TYPE of incident than the existing threads, and you would rather debate the minutiae of the incident than bad CMs in general?

            Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...


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            • #7
              Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

              :clap:

              :bow:

              "Dance like no one is watching. Sing like no one is listening. Love like you've never been hurt and live like it's heaven on Earth."
              — Mark Twain




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              • #8
                Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                Originally posted by Morrigoon
                Hey, I resemble that remark!

                What if your, say, "Yet another bad CM thread" incident is a completely different TYPE of incident than the existing threads, and you would rather debate the minutiae of the incident than bad CMs in general?
                PM me when you have a moment like that and I'll let you know if its acceptable - lol.

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                • #9
                  Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                  Lol.

                  Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...


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                  • #10
                    Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                    Yay Onut!!!

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                    • #11
                      Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                      I am so so grateful that MC has the preview feature where you can read the first line or so of a post. It helps with those threads that you don't know what they're about by the subject line!
                      Good morning, son
                      In twenty years from now
                      Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                      And I can tell you 'bout today
                      And how I picked you up and everything changed
                      It was pain
                      Sunny days and rain
                      I knew you'd feel the same things...


                      sigpic

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                      • #12
                        Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                        Originally posted by NeverNeverland
                        I am so so grateful that MC has the preview feature where you can read the first line or so of a post. It helps with those threads that you don't know what they're about by the subject line!
                        I agree, that's a great feature. It's like a movie trailer
                        I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it.
                        That explains the trouble that I'm always in...
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                        • #13
                          Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                          Originally posted by Olympicnut
                          When starting a thread that you think might be interesting, make sure the thread title is interesting and has some sort of information about what you want to discuss. Saying "Do you...." or "Lets" or "How about this?" as thread titles gives me nothing to work with as I scan the threads, and therefore I and many others arent going to bother wasting our time clicking into it to see what you want to discuss.
                          That's why I really like the feature where you can mouse over the thread title and see the first paragraph. Then I can read a little more before deciding if I should open the whole thread.

                          Great ideas!
                          JULIE
                          This is my signature.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                            A catchy title gets people to look. A related question in a new thread rather than in an existing thread may get answered faster, because it now has everyone's attention, and is not buried in a thread that most MiceChatters are no longer clicking on.
                            BarbaraAnn

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                              Re: Onuts guide to a better Micechat thread

                              Originally posted by Barbaraann
                              A catchy title gets people to look. A related question in a new thread rather than in an existing thread may get answered faster, because it now has everyone's attention, and is not buried in a thread that most MiceChatters are no longer clicking on.
                              Barbaraann, while It is true, that you may get an answer or two quickly by starting a thread, It does in fact defeat the purpose of this thread, which I interpret to be: cleaning up the boards a bit.

                              It is getting very crowded out there, I tend to skip threads that have similar titles...I just don't have time.

                              I also tend to gravitate towards longer post count threads, the descussion is more involved, many people are paying attention to it, and if I have a comment or question to add it will most likely be seen by the group most intrested or capable of answering it...

                              see if I post a question about the new Pirates Rehab... (just an example)
                              it first off, may get overlooked because there are so many threads about the pirates rehab/movie

                              but also If I post my question....

                              then 15 other people come in with there own questions and start a thread for each question, my thread is now way at the bottom of page 2 and noone has replied yet...

                              but if we direct all questions (or at least most) to a specific thread Pirates/Small world/ Peter Pan...etc they are more likely to get the attention they deserve.

                              So in conclusion, I feel that posting a new thread for each new Question is in fact detramental to the person seeking information....

                              Keep it all together people! much easier to decifer.


                              Just my opinion
                              procrastibating

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