What starting page do you use the most?

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What is your favorite way browse the forum?

  • I use the "Featured" page

    Votes: 1 4.8%
  • I use the "Home" Page

    Votes: 6 28.6%
  • I use "What's New"

    Votes: 10 47.6%
  • Some other starting point (Please comment below)

    Votes: 4 19.0%

  • Total voters


Gomez Addams
Staff member
I use the Home landing page, but that’s more because I’m old and set in my ways. Younger people or new users will probably use the “what’s new” page.


Grandson of ALCO Bldr
I usually go to the Coffee shop first then I click on What's New followed by Home Forums. I guess I haven't really paid attention to the Featured link until you mentioned it. I will try that for a bit.


Section Hand
Bob: I usually go to the "What's New" page and then head to the current "Coffee Shop". Later, I browse the other sections of "What's New".



Well-Known Member
Mr. Bob: I start out on the Home page and browse through "active topics." If I'm signing on to look something up, I'll go straight to search

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