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New 13 23.64%
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post #1 of 40 (permalink) Old Mar 3rd, 16, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Old vs New

Not to start anything but would be curious to see how many like the new or the old.

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post #2 of 40 (permalink) Old Mar 3rd, 16, 04:35 PM
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I like the new Camaros but like the old ones a lot more. Test drove a new SS when they came out a few years back and told the BOSS that I'd rather put the money into an old one. That ended up being what we did.
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It would be nice if someone would say what improvements that have been made on the new version. The old version was a lot easier to navigate around. I'm staying with the classic version until they improve the site again and eliminate it.

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I like the new Camaros but like the old ones a lot more. Test drove a new SS when they came out a few years back and told the BOSS that I'd rather put the money into an old one. That ended up being what we did.
I think the OP is asking you like the new website vs. the old.

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It would be nice if someone would say what improvements that have been made on the new version. The old version was a lot easier to navigate around. I'm staying with the classic version until they improve the site again and eliminate it.

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I think the OP is asking you like the new website vs. the old.
The new site is so much better and easier to navigate once you embrace it and get used to it.

I suggest you play around with it for a while before passing judgement.

The tabs below the banner are easy to use. I like the tools where you can quickly find your post and threads. The garage is also much better. The recent discussions sidebar give a quick view of whats' up currently.

The site navigates much the same as the old site. Just faster and better architecture.

Explore and enjoy. It's definitely an big improvement
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No "today's posts" option?

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I think the OP is asking you like the new website vs. the old.

Whoops, I guess my test drive is still going on for this site
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No "today's posts" option?
Yes - in the banner towards the middle 'New Posts'.

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Yes - in the banner towards the middle 'New Posts'.
New posts and today's posts were two different things.

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Yes - in the banner towards the middle 'New Posts'.
Old site had today's post and new post. I thought it was a bit redundant
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Old site had today's post and new post. I thought it was a bit redundant
It wasn't.
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It wasn't.
Just mentioning what I thought. I always hit New Posts when I come on the site because I want to see what's new.

As I understand if you've been off for a while and hit today's posts you only see that day may not see others threads that have come up since your last visit.

There's a feedback thread I assume will be used to fine tune the new look/site.
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It would be nice if someone would say what improvements that have been made on the new version. The old version was a lot easier to navigate around. I'm staying with the classic version until they improve the site again and eliminate it.

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How do you stay with the classic version?

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Clarification on the confusion:

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No "today's posts" option?
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Yes - in the banner towards the middle 'New Posts'.
Well that is the NEW POSTS link which are threads Started today. The old "Today's Posts" - threads with new activity in the past 24 hours is now called "Active Topics"

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New posts and today's posts were two different things.
Yes - very different although some overlap.

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How do you stay with the classic version?
I believe you have to click on the classic each time
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