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  1. #1
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    How do you unsubscribe from a thread?
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    Regards, Barry

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    Couldn't find it in Setting, but found something that said unsubscribe in Thread Tools. I hit unsubscribed, will it work from there?
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    Click on "settings" at the top right of the screen, then under your subscriptions click on "view subscribed threads". You will find the delete button there.
    Bill...in Southeast Ohio

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    Quote Originally Posted by WWW View Post
    Click on "settings" at the top right of the screen, then under your subscriptions click on "view subscribed threads". You will find the delete button there.
    OK that works too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WWW View Post
    Click on "settings" at the top right of the screen, then under your subscriptions click on "view subscribed threads". You will find the delete button there.
    I use the Beesource "settings" URL as one of my home pages. When I go to "settings" on any forum using vbulletin, all the threads I've posted in are listed there if they have new posts -learned this trick as moderator on large turbo Buick board for 10+ years. Easy to pick up on past threads or unsubscribe when a thread goes wild or uninteresting.
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