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Author: steinbergm Two stars, 250 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 88953  
Subject: "Best of" Feature Options Date: 4/26/2004 8:54 AM
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Is there any way that you can de-select certain boards from the "Best of" feature? I think the "Best of" could be a very useful Fool feature, but the people of the "LBYM" and "Political Asylum" boards seem to rec pretty much anything that is written and therefore dominate the "Best of" feature dispite having nothing particularly useful to say. If you wrote "I love Bush" on the PA board, you'd probably get 50 recs despite the fact that it is hardly a meaningful post.

I recognize that my opinion is very value-laden, but the point is that the "Best Of" feature could be very useful, but without the ability for individuals to filter out individual boards (rather than categories), the "Best Of" hardly lives up to its name.

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