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#1 adamhanlon


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Posted 01 March 2014 - 12:16 AM

Hi folks,


For those who have just joined Wetpixel:


Firstly, welcome and we hope that you will become an active community member and find the amazing resources that are available here both interesting and useful. 


At this point, you should have received an email from us which has a link to verify your email address. Once this has been completed you have one more step to do before you can post new topics.


In order to start a topic in any of the forums, you must make a post introducing yourself. Please do so in the Member Introductions thread:




Once you have done so, you can post a topic in any of the forums.


Until you have made a post, you will not be able to add topics to any forum. If you are experiencing difficulties, please contact us via the Wetpixel contact form:




Once again, thank you for your participation.




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#2 billdomb


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Posted 26 March 2016 - 09:40 AM

Is there any way to 'subscribe' to a given forum and simply receive emails as postings develop?


It's a real pain to have to GO to the list, find a forum and then slosh around looking for topics.


I'd rather just get everything and then delete out what's not needed.


Meanwhile, WHY can't I start a new topic??



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#3 Cerianthus


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Posted 28 April 2016 - 06:45 AM

Hi Bill, recognise your name from the uwphoto mail list.


you have to reply to a topic (like this one) first. Its to stop bots from subscribing and spamming.


I have bookmarked "new topics since last visit",  or read the forum on tapatalk (mobile or ipad).


you can follow an individual topic (click follow this topic, upper right).  There is a similar button for 'follow this forum'.  you can only follow individual  forums, not a collection of them.




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