0
Answered

How to link to a post

Michelle Gordon-Krohling 4 years ago in Usability & Interface • updated 4 years ago 4
Hi, I am an active user on a UserEcho forum at http://kiwi.userecho.com/. I also admin a wiki on the same topic. I frequently wish to link to posts to increase communication between wiki users and forum users. In long threads, it is important to have the exact post ID to do this. 

When I have email about another user's post, it gives me the post ID. This is very handy. However, I can't figure out any way to get ID's on my own posts. Any ideas?

Answer

Answer
Answered
Hello, Michelle to get ID of any topic just open it in browser and you will able to see it in URL, see attached screenshot for example, we have pointed ID.

GOOD, I'M SATISFIED
Satisfaction mark by Michelle Gordon-Krohling 4 years ago
Answer
Answered
Hello, Michelle to get ID of any topic just open it in browser and you will able to see it in URL, see attached screenshot for example, we have pointed ID.

Thanks, but I'm talking about comments under a topic. We frequently get topics (like when they post a Team Challenge) with 20, 30 comments under them. I know that's not a ton, but try getting everyone to scroll through all of those looking for the one I'm talking about!
If you need direct link to the comment, just open topic and move mouse over comment's date then right click on it and copy link it will contain direct link to the comment.


for example this comment has direct link that we posted below.

http://feedback.userecho.com/topic/590048-how-to-link-to-a-post/#comment-1030795