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If you want to read the questions asked between 5pm to 5.15pm yesterday, in Fluther, how do you get to it?

Asked by flo (11924points) June 28th, 2010

Or if you have never done it in Fluther, then any website that you have tried. It doesn’t need to be Q&A website. Just any website with pages at the bottom. What is the basic way (nothing complicated, nothing that requires having a lot of knowledge re. computers) of doing it? I tried changing the number of the page in the url, but doesn’t that mean just guessing and then going back and forth (trial and error)?

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Seaofclouds's avatar

I’m not sure that there is a way to do isolate just those questions on Fluther. I simply go to the tab I’m interested in and then look over all the questions that have been asked since I was last on.

flo's avatar

Wow you are a very fast reader, because I thought I took it off to edit it as soon as I put it up.
Anyway, maybe you can read the edited version?

Seaofclouds's avatar

@flo I just read the edited version. I’m not sure if there is a way to look at just the information posted in a set timeframe. If there is, I’m not sure how to do it. Maybe one of our computer guru’s will have an idea.

JLeslie's avatar

I don’t think you can do that. If you hit Ctrl and the letter H at the same time you can see yesterdays history of websites you visited.

flo's avatar

@JLeslie thanks. What do you think of changing the page number in the url?

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