Where's my Profile?

This topic contains 4 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Keith Taylor 8 months, 2 weeks ago.

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  • #6573

    GoogleUser2
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    I have been “out of the Gout Pal” loop for sometime )a couple of years. I occasionally receive emails containing posts to a particular thread. I have a question I would like to post, but when I visit the site and login, I find no archival of my previous posts. In particular, I was hoping to review my gout diary to gather some important dates to include in my question. Can someone help me find my profile, including my earlier posts?
    Thanks

    lhaymond

  • #6577

    Keith Taylor
    Keymaster
    Ŧallars: Ŧ 1170.15

    Hi Luke,
    You can access your old topics and replies at http://www.gout-pal.com/gout-pal-forum/users/lhaymond/topics/
    But if you want to ask anything, you’ll have to start again here.

    • #6578

      Keith Taylor
      Keymaster
      Ŧallars: Ŧ 1170.15

      Also, I should point out that I now regularly delete old posts and inactive users. So if you wish to retain your information you should post something every 3 or 4 months.

      If you don’t have anything personal to add to your gout story, you can share your experience in other people’s topics. Or comment on the ideas in the Suggestion Box

  • #6581

    GoogleUser2
    Participant
    Ŧallars: Ŧ 2.48


    Keith – When I follow that link I receive an error message: Accessing author info via REST API is forbidden

    Would you do me a favor a double check this link: http://www.gout-pal.com/gout-pal-forum/users/lhaymond/topics/

    I believe my background will be essential to my upcoming posting – and unfortunately, my only record keeping was done on your site.

    thanks

    • #6605

      Keith Taylor
      Keymaster
      Ŧallars: Ŧ 1170.15

      Luke, I have fixed this issue and the link to your old gout forum now works

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