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Is there any way I can start a new forum on chess.com?
Also, can I create a folder for forums? For instance, I post a problem every day, and is there any way I can keep my daily puzzles in a forum folder?
1. Didn't you just start a forum?
2. I do not think so.
No, I mean a new forum, such as "more puzzles" is a forum. Can I make one of these?
No you cannot completely start a new forum section. We do not allow that, sorry.
That's okay! I was just wondering...
But what about saving my daily puzzles in a folder?
There is no such option on chess.com, but I guess you could try clicking the FEN/PGN button in the lower left corner of the puzzle and saving it to your desktop that way? Just a thought.
What about starting a blog instead?
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