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maoriorgnz
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27 May, 2012 12:05 am  

Tena koutou,

You will find when you log in now you will see links at the top of the middle section, to help you find your way around.

One of the links you will see is a link that will let you see all of the new posts since your last visit - a quick way to keep up to date with what is being discussed.

There is also a link to [u]see what is unanswered and awhi someone[/u]. This has been added for everyone to quickly see what has not been answered.

On the front page of the Whakapapa Club in the middle are links to help you if you are new to Whakapapa research as well as links to different places to search for people at the Whakapapa club.

Hopefully these changes will help everyone to get more out of their Whakapapa Club and Papa Panui.

Heoi ano,
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poutokomanawa
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Posts: 553
27 May, 2012 12:20 am  

Wow! I love the changes when logging in to the Whakapapa Club!

And the unanswered lists are great - saves me having to go through all of the forums every now and again to find unanswered ones so I can see if I can awhi people. Just a quick skim over the unanswered list I see there are a few that I can awhi without even reading them. Then there are all of the other ones they are going to keep me busy for a while 😀

The search links all listed together are also a great help - now I don't have to remember where to go to search for things.

Webmaster, you rock! :worship:

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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poutokomanawa
(@poutokomanawa)
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29 May, 2012 2:55 pm  

Aroha mai - is there any chance that the unanswered link could also be at the top? It is just that I have to keep going back to the front page to get into the unanswered posts list. While I don't mind doing that, being able to post then go straight to that page would be great 😀

Nau te raurau,
Naku te raurau,
Ka ora ai nga tangata!
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Together we will get there!
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maoriorgnz
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Joined: 19 years  ago
Posts: 66
30 May, 2012 7:12 pm  

Kia ora for that suggestion - we have put a link to Unanswered on the top bar when you login - at the moment it is not on the page for unanswered topics, but if you answer one, then the page from there will have the link to the unanswered.

Heoi ano,
maori.org.nz Team
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http://www.maori.org.nz/ - the Main Maori Site on the Net

http://www.themaorimegamall.com/ - a virtual mall specialising in Maori products

http://www.maoricreations.com/ - specialising in Maori Design products - you can also create your own with our kowhaiwhai templates

http://kotitihaere.maori.org.nz/
Our Travel site


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