Post # 1
I understand the practicality of reviving threads like “let me see your solitaires/halos/etc.” but I don’t understand why reviving old threads relating to a poster’s problem when the poster is probably already married/divorced/separated (or it’s highly probably that that specific issue has already been resolved) is necessary.
What’s the etiquette here? When is it okay or not okay to revive a thread?
Post # 2
I think it’s when the person goes to go to page 2 but accidentally hits the other arrows that take you to the last page and they don’t look at the year or date because they assume they are on page 2. I have done it lol
Post # 3
Greatdane1986 : +1 usually if an old thread is brought up again someone just didn’t notice the date of the OP. It’s a pretty easy mistake to make.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2017 - Sycamore Valley Park
I think a lot of people, especially new bees, overlook the date on a thread. It would be nice if people paid attention to the date but I’m pretty sure this will keep happening. I skip over the revived ones that are no longer relevant and continue on with my day.
Post # 6
ljm308 : Of course not, but most of the questions on the board are just “nice to know” anyways. How many people honestly care what pantone swatches you’re using to or what your wedding colors are? Not gonna change anyone’s world and some don’t care but still comment.