How to Mark All Posts on a Board as Read or New
This article details how to mark all posts on a board as read or new.
To Mark All Posts on a Board as New
Navigate to the board that you want all posts to appear as new. Select “Board Options” and “Mark all as New”.
(Figure 1: Board Options: Mark all as New)
Once you’ve selected "Mark all as New", every topic on that particular board will now appear in bold and look as if it’s never been read.
(Figure 2: Displays new topics with bold font)
To Mark All Posts on a Board as Read
This option allows you to see if there are any new posts, in the boards you are interested in, each time you visit the community.
For example: If one of the boards you read the most is the Aruba Instant board and you can mark it as read. When you come back to the community later you’ll be able to see at a glance if there were any new posts made and which topics are new or contain new content.
Navigate to the board that you want all posts to appear as read. Select “Board Options” and “Mark all as Read”.
(Figure 3: Board Options: Mark all as Read)
Once you’ve selected "Mark all as Read", every topic on that particular board will now appear without bold font and will look as if it’s been read.
(Figure 4: Displays read topics without bold font)
By looking on the community overview page, you’ll be able to see if there are any new posts on the board by checking the new post column. You can also navigate to the board and all new topics or topics that contain new content will be in bold, while everything else will appear as if it’s been read.
(Figure 5: Shows there are no new posts from the community overview page)
There is also an option within topics to mark the topic as new. This is helpful if you mark a page as read or opened a topic to read but didn’t get a chance to read it. You can mark it as new and it will then appear in bold so that when you return to the community you’ll know you haven’t read the topic yet.
To Mark a Topic as New
Navigate to the topic that you want to appear as unread or new. Select “Topic Options” and “Mark Topic as New”.
(Figure 6: Displays the Mark Topic as New Option)
Likewise, you can also "mark a topic as read" if there are any new / unread pages in the topic.