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IMPORTANT PLEASE READ: TES Community forum redesign

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by TES_Rosaline, Jul 17, 2015.

  1. TES_Rosaline

    TES_Rosaline Administrator Staff Member

    Hi all,

    There is an important announcement about the forthcoming changes to the TES Community.

    Please can you make sure you read the information found here.

    There is also another thread for people who are concerned about the redesign to post their questions, comments or suggestions here.

    Please can you post all your queries in the Q&A thread so that Ben and I can answer your questions there. It will be easier for us to respond to your comments if they are posted in one place and for others who just want to read the posts.

    I’ll post this message in as many forums as possible but if I have missed one, please accept my apologies for the oversight.

    If other forum members would like to help to spread the message across the Community then I would be grateful if you could copy this message (it will need to be tweaked though because the system will not allow you to post the same message twice) to direct people to the two main threads in the Community Help forum:



    Please keep checking the Community Help forum where more updates will be posted about the redesign.

    Thank you.
  2. Scotland Opinion is not on the first set of screenshots shown to testers. All the other Scottish forums are.

    Please let the moderators know if you object to this.
  3. catmother

    catmother Star commenter

    Unfortunate, as Opinion (Scotland) is really the only one of the Scottish fora that see any kind of traffic. Even more unfortunate, as most of the regular posters on Opinion (Scotland) do not really frequent the main fora.

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