April 9, 2020 at 22:55 #150587MoneyMagpie teamKeymaster
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how do you know which messageboard your question should go in?
I was planning a topic, didnt know where to post as didn’t seem relative to any of them personally, then someone bet me to it anyways lol.
point is took a bit of finding to see it had been done and naturally don’t want to duplicate. as you have pointed out the frustration of duplicates which I totally agree.
where is the search function? I see you mention it to find if a topic has been done. I personally just went through them to see if it had been done. but if theres a better quicker way im all for it:)
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