Tutorial: Where is Everything in the New Forum Style?
The new forum redesign probably needs some getting used to for most users, so XDA forum member jake044 decided to make this little tutorial, which shows the changes to the user interface. Although many features are still available on the same place as the standard forum, there have been some major enhancements, which lead to redesigned and moved buttons and features.
Originally posted by jake044
I thought I’d take it upon myself to create a thread to help everybody find where everything is in the new forum style…
The guide is actually more of a Question&Anwser system, with questions like: Where are the page links? and Where is the link to the User Control Panel?
The forum redesign is currently in beta testing stage, and it’s open to all members. you can read more about it in this article or you can follow this link to see the redesign immediately (and a link to revert back toprevious design). The tutorial will be updated with a lot more questions and hints, so be sure to check out the thread from time to time for any updates.
Instead of posting the whole tutorial here, I think it’s better to just link to the thread which contains it. Make sure to check out the latest graphics in the guide!
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