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what's kind of user can post new message?

Can anybody post new message?:smileysurprised:

 

how about the anonymous user? what actions can be done by anonymous user?

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Re: what's kind of user can post new message?

How to get the kudos?

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RASHMI
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Re: what's kind of user can post new message?

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Hi Vignette,

Thank you for using HP forums!

 

Let me try to address each of your questions related below:

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Can anybody post new message? How about the anonymous user? what actions can be done by anonymous user?

 

=> Yes, After successfully registering your details, you can post new message by clicking on the "New Message" button. Given below is the attachment for the same.

 

http://h30501.www3.hp.com/hpsws/attachments/hpsws/WTF_TT/17/2/How%20to%20post%20a%20message.pdf

 

Related to the actions that can be taken by any anonymous user, then he/she can do the following actions:

Edit the reply which the user has posted

Delete his own post if it is not relevant.

Bookmark / Subscribe the page in RSS feed or his own profile

Report abuse or inappropriate content to the moderators.

Email the post to your friend.

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How to get the kudos?

 

=>Check out the link mentioned below where it explains the process of getting kudos:

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Community-Feedback-Suggestions/Kudos-what-where-how-and-why/td-p/115526...

Thanks & Regards,

Rashmi

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Rashmi
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