That feature has been disabled due to the reasons you have stated. The edit was set to a 5min period after sending, I don't think edit was available after your message was received. To avoid confusion the function has now been removed.A question about PMs aka "conversations" in general.
It seems that you can edit a response after you've sent it?? If that's the case, what is to stop people from tinkering with their responses to make it seem like they did or didn't agree to something in a private sales conversation, or any private conversation that gets, for lack of a better word, testy?
I should attend to the stacks of junk on my desk too. I see more paper here than actual desk LOLIt's so pretty and tidy looking! Are you guys sure you want some of us slobs (not me, she says from the stacks of junk surrounded her computer desk) want us running around, grubbing the place up?
Slinky helped me figure out how to change the title of my sales thread, if that's what you mean? Open your thread and there should be a tab at the top right called "Thread Tools" hover over it and it should open the options, one of which is "Edit Title". Hope that helps.Does anyone know how to add a title to the subject line of your post?
The new format doesn't have the ability to insert a seperate title to posts within a thread. Its possibly because the developers assumed that the thread was about the same topic and anything relating to that could be posted within the replies.Does anyone know how to add a title to the subject line of your post?
All feedback is preserved and still available from the old forums. We are currently looking into importing that across, there are a number of options being explored and as soon as those have been decided an announcement will be made.Curious if we have any word yet on a feedback system? I have done a couple transactions since the new format was installed and would like to leave great feedback for the buyers...