01-28-2012 07:26 PM - edited 03-04-2012 11:31 PM
When I'm in the category that contains blogs I see a count of the new blog articles and comments. But when I go to the blog, I don't see any way to determine if the article or comments are unread.
About all I see is a date on the main article but nothing to show if there are new comments.
So I'm left with exhaustively looking at every article. I just looked at the FAQ and I don't see anything that mentions "unread".
Here is an example blog:
Its category has: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Application-Security-
Following the White Rabbit - A Realistic Blog on Enterprise Security (9) (A count of 9 unread articles/comments)
For a board it's easy. Each new topic is in bold and has a NEW count. And when you go to a topic, it jumps to the first unread post.
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03-18-2012 01:59 AM - edited 03-26-2012 10:16 PM
Ok, I think I've figured this out after wasting lots of time manually searching for entries with "comments".
(I just did a within page search and I found something unexpected.)
Off to the right is pane with "Latest Articles" (10) and below that "Latest Comments" (only 3).
I don't see anything explaining this in the blog FAQ:
Unfortunately this isn't ideal. If there was a comment to a real old blog, it won't show up because it isn't sorted to the top like a normal board. :-(
04-06-2012 10:26 PM - edited 04-06-2012 11:15 PM
>If there was a comment to a real old blog, it won't show up because it isn't sorted to the top like a normal board
I found a partial solution to that.
For a given board, go to the containing category. Then click on the "See All" link. You get something like:
If you can find the new blog/topic, fine. Otherwise switch to comment/post order:
(Rats! The latter isn't sorted so it doesn't help much, especially if active boards in the same category.)