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Hi Peter,

Thank you for your post.

Actually, that is a pretty good idea. Although I think in reality it will turn out that a lot of the posts are not relevant to read (when you decide to follow a user), and it will soon become spam-ish or annoying. But regardless, a good idea!

You can follow and bookmark topics, and also follow categories so when there is a new topic created you get a notification.

Is that something that helps you for now?

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Yeah I'm already following Software and Firmware > General category, but that also means a lot of posts that are irrelevant, that's why I really like Discource's tags idea.

Another related issue is that it only reports: "Forum Cura and Marlin has a new topic (...)" and it doesn't link to the actual new topic. Probably because it doesn't add a notification per new topic. And then I'm always unsure about whether the topics on top are the latest topics or just the topics that had recent replies.

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