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RxPG is the largest website in its niche and hosts several hundreds forums for almost every exam or issue a young doctor might face. However sometimes the number of forums can overwhelm the newbies, who might end up posting in the wrong forums. Also our members sometimes post the same topic across multiple forums to get more exposure to their topic. However such actions cause inconvenience to other members and generate a lot of work for our moderators.

To solve this problem we have again thought outside the box to come up with an innovative little feature called cross-posting. Cross posting would allow your message to be displayed across other forums, if it is relevant to that forum. See it in action below (message posted in AIIMS forum can be seen in AIPGE forum).




To cross post your message, just include the name of the other forum in your message title, and it would show up in other forum(s) as well after a few minutes.

Please feel free to leave your feedback here.

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rahulbagaria24
Aim DM Gastroenterology

great idea...


K_Sara_Sara


Hello Team..
A very good feature indeed, thanx for the innovation.! smiley24.gif
Useful threads can be explored by members visiting other forums as well..

i just have a query..
there are a no. of old threads which have common content..
useful for AIPGE/ AIIMS/ DNB/ PGI exams etc...

can Mod's/ Team edit thread titles of such threads to enable cross posting..?
or simply put, can this feature be useful retrograde too.??


RxPG_Team


K_Sara_Sara wrote:
or simply put, can this feature be useful retrograde too?


Yes. It works for all posts in RxPG.


deepa_aky


Re: New feature - Cross-posting
RxPG_Team wrote:
RxPG is the largest website in its niche and hosts several hundreds forums for almost every exam or issue a young doctor might face. However sometimes the number of forums can overwhelm the newbies, who might end up posting in the wrong forums. Also our members sometimes post the same topic across multiple forums to get more exposure to their topic. However such actions cause inconvenience to other members and generate a lot of work for our moderators.

To solve this problem we have again thought outside the box to come up with an innovative little feature called cross-posting. Cross posting would allow your message to be displayed across other forums, if it is relevant to that forum. See it in action below (message posted in AIIMS forum can be seen in AIPGE forum).




To cross post your message, just include the name of the other forum in your message title, and it would show up in other forum(s) as well after a few minutes.

Please feel free to leave your feedback here.


Excuse me @RxPG_Team but i'm not able to follow how to do this cross posting in an already existing thread... Can you pl elaborate it?

BTW, great feature, this and the other new ones like browsing history, top posters, moderator's picks etc... Makes RxPG all the more addictive... Keep it up smiley24.gif


RxPG_Team


Re: New feature - Cross-posting
deepa_aky wrote:
Excuse me @RxPG_Team but i'm not able to follow how to do this cross posting in an already existing thread... Can you pl elaborate it?


Let us give you an example - suppose you want to post in AIPGE forum, but also want the post to feature in USMLE forum, then make sure that the word "usmle" is included somewhere in the subject line (title) of your thread. This only works for new threads, not for replies to an existing thread.

P.S. Note that we have now included the word 'offbeat' in the title of this thread for it to be featured in the offbeat forum here
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deepa_aky


Re: New feature - Cross-posting
RxPG_Team wrote:
deepa_aky wrote:
Excuse me @RxPG_Team but i'm not able to follow how to do this cross posting in an already existing thread... Can you pl elaborate it?


Let us give you an example - suppose you want to post in AIPGE forum, but also want the post to feature in USMLE forum, then make sure that the word "usmle" is included somewhere in the subject line (title) of your thread. This only works for new threads, not for replies to an existing thread.

P.S. Note that we have now included the word 'offbeat' in the title of this thread for it to be featured in the offbeat forum here
Only RxPG members can see links here! Register or Login!


Now i get it... Thanks @RxPG_Team for the clarification... One more doubt, does this feature work for multiple forums?


RxPG_Team


Re: New feature - Cross-posting
deepa_aky wrote:
One more doubt, does this feature work for multiple forums?


Yes, it does for as many forums as you want to include.


deepa_aky


WOW!! That's great! Thanks Team, keep up the good work...


K_Sara_Sara


Re: New feature - Cross-posting
RxPG_Team wrote:
deepa_aky wrote:
Excuse me @RxPG_Team but i'm not able to follow how to do this cross posting in an already existing thread... Can you pl elaborate it?


Let us give you an example - suppose you want to post in AIPGE forum, but also want the post to feature in USMLE forum, then make sure that the word "usmle" is included somewhere in the subject line (title) of your thread. This only works for new threads, not for replies to an existing thread.

P.S. Note that we have now included the word 'offbeat' in the title of this thread for it to be featured in the offbeat forum here
Only RxPG members can see links here! Register or Login!

hi team..
jus' an observation..
this thread is visible in Offbeat forum..
but can't be seen in Offbeat zone...!

Great feature really..
me loves it..!!!!! icon_smile.gif


RxPG_Team


It is because forum pages are using RxPG 2 version and the zone pages are still using the RxPG original code. The zone pages would shortly be upgraded to RxPG 2 version.


K_Sara_Sara


RxPG_Team wrote:
It is because forum pages are using RxPG 2 version and the zone pages are still using the RxPG original code. The zone pages would shortly be upgraded to RxPG 2 version.

Ok. Thanx for the reply..
I should have guessed that, cuz even as forum pages adapt to all recent features..
e.g. Mod's picks.. the Zone page has hardly changed..
Looking forward to a fresh new look i.e RxPG 2.0 icon_smile.gif

Keep up the good work.! smiley24.gif


binisiva
Aim NEET PG

Cross posting
Great. Idea
Thanks to your team
icon_biggrin.gif


vasu84
Aim NEET PG 2012

great work


sundhar_shyam
Aim NIMHANS

New feature - Cross-posting - offbeat RxPG is the largest website in its niche and hosts several hundreds forums for almost every exam or issue a young doctor might face. However sometimes the number of forums can overwhelm the newbies, who might end up posting in the wrong forums. Also our members sometimes post the same topic across multiple forums to get more exposure to their topic. However such actions cause inconvenience to other members and generate a lot of work for our moderators.

To solve this problem we have again thought outside the box to come up with an innovative little feature called cross-posting. Cross posting would allow your message to be displayed across other forums, if it is relevant to that forum. See it in action below (message posted in AIIMS forum can be seen in AIPGE forum).




To cross post your message, just include the name of the other forum in your message title, and it would show up in other forum(s) as well after a few minutes.

Please feel free to leave your feedback here.


ghaitho
Aim Australia

great work,, i liked this site so much


K_Sara_Sara


hello team, a query..
is there a limit to the no. of forums for cross posting.??
the way we mention forum names in thread title to make it visible in the respective forums..??


drpujamitra
Aim AIPGE 2014

thanks a lot


muji113
Aim Andhra Pradesh PG

gud wrk

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