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Is there any provision to search for a jelly using wildcard search on Fluther?

Asked by imrainmaker (8360points) July 5th, 2017

Just wanted to check regarding some jellies who don’t seem active for a month or so but the problem is I don’t remember their exact username. Is there any provision to search for them using wild card search? If not what are the alternatives​?

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imrainmaker's avatar

I was looking for @Cruiser along with some other jellies but it is showing user doesn’t exist.Did he leave the site or what? Any idea?

chyna's avatar

Cruiser
When you find the above creature called Neptune after putting @cruiser in the search button above, or any other name you want to look at, this means that the user’s account has been deleted.

imrainmaker's avatar

Same message for @Seek also. I don’t know what’s going on?

chyna's avatar

They have both quit Fluther.

imrainmaker's avatar

^^ I got that..was surprised to see such long time members quit.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Heck….. why?!?!

marinelife's avatar

Reasons vary as much as people do. Many of them return after a time.

imrainmaker's avatar

^^i hope they do..!!

jca's avatar

Some don’t quit but are banned by the site/mods.

If you’re connected on Facebook, it’s another way to keep in touch with them and find out what happened.

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@imrainmaker: As for searching on Fluther, another way to keep track of people is to “follow” them. Then you can look at people who you are following (and who are following you) and that will remind you about them and how to spell their names.

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