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serrano_yejo 07-17-2007 09:25 AM

To the MODS
 
Do you guys (MODS) think it will be useful to have a section in the forums or a Sub-Forum called : Carriers & Networks for users to post their questions about service, outages, availability (of hardware) and stuff related to their network and I think it will filter the search options better... Like an T-Mo forum, Verizon, At&T , Sprint, O2, Voda, Orange...etc.???:idea:

Dawg 07-17-2007 11:19 AM

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Originally Posted by serrano_yejo (Post 603148)
Do you guys (MODS) think it will be useful to have a section in the forums or a Sub-Forum called : Carriers & Networks for users to post their questions about service, outages, availability (of hardware) and stuff related to their network and I think it will filter the search options better... Like an T-Mo forum, Verizon, At&T , Sprint, O2, Voda, Orange...etc.???:idea:


so you want it to be like hofo.

serrano_yejo 07-17-2007 11:30 AM

no!!!
 
That forum is more of a mess of different topics... I mean for example a T-Mobile(any carrier/provider) forum ONLY BLACKBERRY RELATED

Discuss... plans, features, hardware ...etc.

JSanders 07-17-2007 11:36 AM

serrano_yejo, that was discussed recently (as has been suggested in the past) but you get into the problem of SO MANY various forums and sub-forums that it becomes difficult to use for many. For example, a question about Suretype on a Cingy 8100 is very very likely going to have the very same answer as a 8100 on TMo. If the question and answer is posted over in TMo, but this user is searching around the Cingy site... you get the picture.

It seems better suited by models right now. The biggest confusion comes with the 8800s and 8830s, 8700s and 8703s, etc., and their differences. Even then, the slight feature difference of the 8800 and 8830 doesn't really make it necessary for a whole new forum.

EDIT: and I moved this over to the Site Suggestion section.

LunkHead 07-17-2007 11:37 AM

It's not a bad idea but I think sometimes you can subforum yourself to death and information gets lost in the clutter...

Kris

serrano_yejo 07-17-2007 11:39 AM

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Originally Posted by JSanders (Post 603359)
serrano_yejo, that was discussed recently (as has been suggested in the past) but you get into the problem of SO MANY various forums and sub-forums that it becomes difficult to use for many. For example, a question about Suretype on a Cingy 8100 is very very likely going to have the very same answer as a 8100 on TMo. If the question and answer is posted over in TMo, but this user is searching around the Cingy site... you get the picture.

It seems better suited by models right now. The biggest confusion comes with the 8800s and 8830s, 8700s and 8703s, etc., and their differences. Even then, the slight feature difference of the 8800 and 8830 doesn't really make it necessary for a whole new forum.

EDIT: and I moved this over to the Site Suggestion section.

understood :smile: (y)

Dawg 07-17-2007 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by LunkHead (Post 603364)
It's not a bad idea but I think sometimes you can subforum yourself to death and information gets lost in the clutter...

Kris

yes because I go in and hit new posts on hofo and I ask a question about my wife lg8600 and I get crap about being in a telus sub forum when its the same phone.

jibi 07-17-2007 02:02 PM

I think our current granularity is too much, to be perfectly honest :)

Dawg 07-17-2007 02:17 PM

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Originally Posted by jibi (Post 603648)
I think our current granularity is too much, to be perfectly honest :)

I actually agree with you on that


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