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What do you think of the list of related articles that appear beneath the first post of each thread?

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Both the quality of the actual suggestions as well as the placement?

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What's the logic to determine that one article is related to another? Similar keywords? Similar title?

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the title, tags, and contents of the posts are evaluated for the most number of words in common.

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the title, tags, and contents of the posts are evaluated for the most number of words in common.

I like it, it's much better than just going through articles and clicking the tabs(numbers) to read articles.

This is much more random.

I notice those links which has older threads how far does it go back?

Does any those link have any unanswer thread appearing?

I have a feeling that some members might not like to see old threads with(without) any answer showing up.

Will there be any rating score of a thread (quality of the topic in the thread) in the future?

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Will there be any rating score of a thread (quality of the topic in the thread) in the future?

Possibly. :) Technically it's no big thing to add thread ratings, but I'm on the fence as to whether it should be calculated from thread statistics or more of a voting style. There are pros and cons to each approach.

If you'd like to discuss it, feel free to start another thread so as to not derail this one.

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If you'd like to discuss it, feel free to start another thread so as to not derail this one.

Sorry about that. That last line pop up in my mind when I wrote the post last night I didn't thought about it or proof read what I wrote before I post it. I will open a new thread.

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