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How To Manage Attachments


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#1 Carrie~Anne

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Posted 19 November 2010 - 04:03 PM



This is the discussion topic for the tutorial "How To Manage Attachments".

Please post in this topic if you have any questions or feedback.



 


Edited by Carrie~Anne, 19 November 2010 - 04:21 PM.


#2 jaytee

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 06:10 PM

I was just reading this Tutorial. I add attachments to my posts, all the time, both, pics, and Smilies. All attachments are from Photobucket. I started doing this, because my attachment allowance was full. The most recent attachment, in my "Manage Attachments" is,


Sooo.....
Sep 30 2010 08:45 PM


That attachment was from my computer.

Maybe, you could add a suggestion to your Tutorial, to add attachments from an Online Host, for those with attachment issues. ;)

#3 Dee

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Posted 15 April 2011 - 05:09 PM

This tutorial is about how to manage attachments at QP.com .. linking to an image from a 3rd party is not an attachment and wouldn't be covered in this tutorial.

The purpose of this tutorial is to have members know how to clean up old attachments to make room for new ones so they are managing their space versus using it all .. Threads a few years old don't really need to maintain their attachments .. they will eventually be removed when we archive ...

Information on how to include images from 3rd party hosts is covered under the following tutorial --> How to Post a Photo Using Photobucket.com


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