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I’m starting to like the new BB!

Forums General Melanoma Community I’m starting to like the new BB!

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    ValinMtl
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    I am beginning to like the new BB but would really like to see a few additions..the ability to click to left of board and go straight back to bulletin board after reading.  Would like to see longer pages…too few reads per the page, hate having to click to the next and then the next…would it be possible to lengthen taking out the info at bottom of page "Learn More"…isn’t it up at the top already?  Val

    I am beginning to like the new BB but would really like to see a few additions..the ability to click to left of board and go straight back to bulletin board after reading.  Would like to see longer pages…too few reads per the page, hate having to click to the next and then the next…would it be possible to lengthen taking out the info at bottom of page "Learn More"…isn’t it up at the top already?  Val

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      Alicia15
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      I agree!!! I also would like longer pages, maybe the bottom section can be eliminated? I didn’t really noticed what’s in there, takes too much space and it’s a repetition of the top section.

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