no more questions on EE ?

i follow the questions by topic.
almost for a week, i don't see anymore open questions - probably the EE software was updated
before i saw usually the ones posted 1 to 24 hours ago

this does not seem normal to me
can somebody look into it?

you may add it to other topics also

and btw - i could not find a topic like EE bugs - why are those hidden so well lately ?
even searching for ee bugs does not turn anything on
and while ranting - why do i have to search at all ? why not just show all topics in lists ?
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nobusAuthor Commented:
TX eenookami
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
If you click on 'Refine Results' at the top of the topic page, you will get the 'Search View' which lists all of the items in descending date-time order.  You may have to click on the filters at the top to get all of what you want.

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nobusAuthor Commented:
Dave, tx for that - it seems to do it - though i have to click first on refine results - then on list view again
it takes the problem away somewhat
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I never use the 'Topic View', I always use saved searches which are always sorted.EE search view
nobusAuthor Commented:
i would not know how to start setting it up for my topics
maybe you can get me started ?
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
After you click on 'Refine Results' in the Topic View, there is an option (that you can see in the image above) to 'Save This Search'.  That's all you have to do.
nobusAuthor Commented:
ok - i saw that - but what exactly does it save?  since i'm new to that option - abit of explanation is useful to me
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Look in the upper left corner of the image above and you will see a list of Your Saved Searches.  It saves the topic and the options you have selected.  You will be able to click on them on the EE home page after you login and on the search pages like you see above.
nobusAuthor Commented:
i need to save them for every topic?  not sure i follow you

anyway, i found other inconsistencies
when i open a topic, and look at the Questions, they are not the same, as in refine results, and thes e are different from when i click list vieuw even ? ? ?

EE is sure making nice dough - but it is unworthy to publish such bad programming imo ....maybe it is done by MS ?  lol
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
You need to save them for every topic you want to be able to click on as a Saved Search.  Another way is to click on the suitcase in the upper right corner, scroll down to Saved Searches, click on it and select 'New Search'.  I believe you have more options there.

As for inconsistencies, I don't know what you're talking about.  My Saved Searches is the only way I browse EE.
Thibault St john Cholmondeley-ffeatherstonehaugh the 2ndCommented:
Dave, if they added a new topic or category you wouldn't know to build a saved search for it. Clicking down a menu tree finds everything, but it isn't easy on here any more. They are breaking some of the fundemenal ways of navigating the site. You shouldn't have to ask how to find your way around, it should be obvious.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Actually, one of my searches is All Topics.  And Robin, if you wish to complain to someone about it... I'm not the one.  I thought that was obvious.
Thibault St john Cholmondeley-ffeatherstonehaugh the 2ndCommented:
I wasn't complaining to you, it was just that the tone of your previous comment was that you didn't see a problem, I was trying to point out where there could be a problem (and bring it to someone's attention should they be watching).

An all topics search, or at least a good few of them is probably the answer for this question.
nobusAuthor Commented:
i still see no need for using a search instaead of a menu scroll down - listing  all
it is only inted for the smartphones -  and experts are left to their old tables....
nobusAuthor Commented:
inconsistencies :
here is what i see when i open the storage topic :  
here is what i see when i click on refine results :
and here the view when list view is clicked upon :
all show different questions..........
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
Don't know why you say that when both versions of the Search listings show the same questions.  The List view just shows more on the screen.  

The Topic view at the top is not sorted by date so who knows what order you're getting.  I do not see any way to sort the Topic view.
nobusAuthor Commented:
>>   The List view just shows more on the screen.  << right and it regularly shows questions that were not displayed in regular view - try it

my topic view is sorted by date - no problem there
nobusAuthor Commented:
it is still not solved - but as usual, i can waddle on
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