thread: You can now add a prefix to your stories to help identify the type of birth!

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    You can now add a prefix to your stories to help identify the type of birth!

    When you post a new birth story (or edit your existing one) you will have the option to pick a prefix to help identify the type of birth you had, for when others are reading through looking for specific things. Hope this helps!

    Kelly xx

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    You don't seem to be able to edit your Birth Story and add a prefix.

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    I know you can't edit posts after a certain amount of time, so maybe that is the problem?

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    No, it's my recent birth story. It will let me edit it but there's no option for a prefix there??

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    Ahhhh maybe thats it. I am able to edit it so didn't realise. I'll check out the settings
    Kelly xx

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    I was able to edit the title. I just wrote my own prefix - is that right or were we supposed to choose from a numbger of options?

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    Hmmmm maybe you can't then If you can't see 'edit thread' then maybe there is no option there.

    For new ones though, definitely. If you start a new thread, can you see the option there?
    Kelly xx

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    BellyBelly Life Subscriber

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    Oh, no we can only see 'edit post' so we can only edit our first post

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    Kelly, when I first went into the archives to find mine, I couldnt see the edit function either, then I realised I had been logged out. So when I logged back in and went to the birth story again, I could edit it, but there were no options for prefixes.

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    Life Member. Every Australian needs a Farmer.

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    If I start a new thread I can see all the prefixes in a drop down menu. But why are the posts in this thread being moderated? My first one wasn't?

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    Mar 2008
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    I was just wondering the same thing...why are our posts being moderated? I have tried looking for a message to explain this but can't? TIA!

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    We don't actually know at the moment. The box that you can tick to put a forum on mod approval isn't actually ticked

  13. #13
    It is my belief.. that the truth is generally preferable, AD

    Oct 2007
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    I was going to ask the same Cassius, I was wondering if I had posted too much in a short amount of time!

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    I was wondering if a prefix for preterm birth might be an option?