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Old 01-17-2017, 07:32 PM   #1
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Seperation of Classes in Forums

Any possibility of separating the Jayco Class C's and the Super C's?

The Seneca Portion of the Forums is quite active and so is the Grey Hawks. If they could be separated the conversations could be directed to the correct units.
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Old 01-17-2017, 08:09 PM   #2
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Any possibility of separating the Jayco Class C's and the Super C's?



The Seneca Portion of the Forums is quite active and so is the Grey Hawks. If they could be separated the conversations could be directed to the correct units.


Agreed!!!!


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We started a Community Social Group which anyone can do on these forums for specific discussions related to First Generation Seneca's;
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I reported your post with the little yellow triangle so it would come to the attention of the mods. They should chime in with their opinion when they notice it.
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I like the idea how much support is required to make it happen?
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Thanks for the welcome and tip! I am considering a new Seneca and have been scouring the forums. I am trading up from a 16 Forrester Class C. I definitely appreciated that the Forrester/Sunseeker forum was separate from Dynamax. It made it a lot easier to participate in that forum when I knew all the content was closely relevant.


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I would also like to see the class C forums separated. In the separation I would include modifying the current threads column on the forum selection page. Make the current threads those that are indeed applicable to all, e.g., ADMIN. I'm finding that people respond, sometimes unthinkingly, and the response has no relevance.
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