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How to use the 'legend' - a.k.a. User Groups System (UGS)!

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How to use the 'legend' - a.k.a. User Groups System (UGS)!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:09 pm

At the bottom of the HOMEPAGE you can find the 'legend' - better known as a User Groups System (UGS). This 'legend' is presented for various purposes:

- Experienced members can apply to be included in the 'legend', which provides them an opportunity to share their experience more explicitely.

- Newbees & less experienced members can use the 'legend' as a quick indicator for who has been answering (your) questions.

- NOTICE: Members who do not have any 'legend' status are likely relatively unknown to the administrator - especially when they have been active in the forum for quite a while.


If you are a 'newbee' and you would like to use this forum to ask questions about your hands (or ask for a recommendation regarding a book or website), you can use the UGS in order to find a clue regarding answering the question:

' ...How much experience do the respondees to my question actually have???"

PS. You should always be aware that even when an answer is provided by a respondee with a 'legend' stutus, other (more experienced) members might actually provide you completely different answers!

Therefore, if you have a really important question - it is recommended to seek for confirmed answers: in general it is always wise to check if others can confirm (early) answers.
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