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Windows 7: Copying the Seven Forums Model?

16 Aug 2010   #1

Copying the Seven Forums Model?

I have heard it said that "imitation is the greatest form of flattery", so the following headline and quote caused me to wonder if others have seen the success of Windows Seven Forums and would try to copy that success?

From PCWorld: Apple Forums to Become 'Apple Support Communities'

"Apple will soon introduce a redesigned version of its discussion forums, ... a few key additions should give both the occasional troubled guests and helpful Samaritans a better experience."

"Apple will place a stronger emphasis on asking questions, creating a more personal experience, and customizing your forum portal. Users can already create a new discussion and mark it as a question, but Apple's new Communities site will make it easier to ask a question from almost any page."

Way to go Windows Seven Forums!

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16 Aug 2010   #2

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Cool I have not seen I will look into that. I am a member on Macforums under the same name (Thorsen).... this is due to my wife having a macbookpro and me not knowing how to fix anything when it SWOD's (Spinning Wheel of Death)
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