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[Suggestion] Linking Thread with Thread

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I don't know if,there is a tutorial on this because at times I do like to refar my quote to another thread but its not been easy for me.
I want enlightenment on this which I knew it will be of important to other as well.
Thanks in anticipation.


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(06-09-2016, 05:55 PM)major.b2b100 Wrote: I don't know if,there is a tutorial on this because at times I do like to refar my quote to another thread but its not been easy for me.
I want enlightenment on this which I knew it will be of important to other as well.
Thanks in anticipation.

please,could you explain more?
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OK let me put it this way.
Consider any of your Tutorials for example; How to unbrick Cloned Samsung.
In the thread we can see many thread.
If I am creating a thread and I have to talk about (refer to) another one. will I have to go to the thread's address bar,copy it and then paste it to mine? Or any other means of doing this?

That is my point sir.
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(06-09-2016, 09:50 PM)major.b2b100 Wrote: OK let me put it this way.
Consider any of your Tutorials for example; How to unbrick Cloned Samsung.
In the thread we can see many thread.
If I am creating a thread and I have to talk about (refer to) another one. will I have to go to the thread's address bar,copy it and then paste it to mine? Or any other means of doing this?

That is my point sir.

exactly. just copy the link from the address bar then add it to your post
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#5
OK sir,
Thank for the reply,I thought there is another option ni.
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#6
You'll have to copy the link from the article's address bar
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Understood
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