Q: How will my information be used?
Q: What do the different colored icons mean?
A: The icons next to each forum and topic are used to indicate which parts of the forum have new activity that you have not yet read. A blue icon means that you have read everything and are up-to-date. A green icon means that there is something new and unread. A red icon indicates a locked topic, but this icon will be green when it is new and/or unread.
Q: Where can I post and talk about general topics?
A: At this time, the forum is exclusively geared towards Creatures-related discussions and topics. We also do not feature a section to talk about Creatures in general, as this can turn into a rather disorganized list that is difficult to navigate. However, if you feel that something like this would be useful, please add it to the discussion of suggestions and ideas. Things may change over time!
Q: Why was my post edited or removed?
A: All members of the forum must always abide by the rules. Any content that violates a rule or is otherwise deemed to be inappropriate may be edited or removed to protect others and/or the forum. You will be notified by PM in a timely manner to explain the reasoning behind this action. Thank you for taking the time to learn and follow the rules!
Looking for help on how to use the Discover Albia Forum? Searching for a way to do something on the forum? Ask away! This topic is a place for all forum-related questions to be posted. Be sure to read through all of the previously answered questions first, just in case the answer has already been provided. You might also want to take a look at the FAQ and Features and How To Guide. Still stuck? Use the following recommendations when replying to this topic:
- Be as detailed and specific as possible.
- Separate unique questions into different paragraphs or posts.
If you would like a more private response, you may contact me (Jessica) via PM or the Discover Albia contact form. Please only use these methods if posting within this topic is not possible and/or appropriate, though. Thank you!