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Is there a way to create subforums within a group?
In other words, as an administrator of a group, I would like to be able to organize all the various forum topics in the group forum to make them easier to reference. All that we have right now is one single group forum and all topics are together.
You could tag your group forum topics manually - as you create them - using a tag either at the start of the Subject or at the end. e.g.
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will they look into making sub-forums it would be nice instead of going through 10 pages to look for one forum
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