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Recommend for topic starters to be able to close their own threads

Discussion in 'Site Enquiries, Comments and Suggestions' started by Mavik, Feb 17, 2014.

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  1. Mavik

    Mavik New Member

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    Dear moderators and admins,

    I would like to suggest if thread/topic starters could close their own thread.

    For example, if a person puts up an item for sale and once the sale is complete, they are able to close the thread.

    Another example, if a person asks a question and the question is answered, then the person who started the thread can then close the thread or leave it open.

    3rd example, if I create a suggestion post and the suggestion is either accepted or rejected, then it can be managed properly.

    This will enable
    1. In the classified sections, other people to easily identify if an item is already sold or not
    2. In other topic areas that certain topic with a definite answer is managed well and not bumped up again and again.
    3. At the moment if you look at classifieds, it is difficult for people to click into each thread one by one to view if the item has been sold
    4. In the suggestion section, at least we can also monitor and track. An engaged forum member is a happy forum member and they will return
    5. Giving a little more power to the folks does reduce the amount of admin work for the moderators and admins
     
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    Herbert Well-Known Member

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    Mavik,

    Thanks for your suggestion and would agreed to it too. It is done.
     
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    Mavik New Member

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    Thanks a lot Herbert :)

    Appreciate it and since the suggestion has been taken I shall proceed to lock my own thread :)
     
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