when to start a new thread.

EppsDynasty

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I posted a introduction of a new tort to the family, Koopa. Do I continue on the thread to post about her or do I start a new post in the appropriate sub section for Sulcata torts? I am really an unknower of the forum world and just have this stupid question so thanks for any help.
 

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I personally add to a previous post about updates of my turtle or tortoise. However I will start a new post for questions. That's what I do.
 

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I agree with Ink. Add to the thread you already started
But if you have any concerns about her, she gets sick, weird spot, etc, start a new thread.
When you post on the old thread, it will bring it to the front, as if you just stated it. So people won't have to search for it too see updates.
 

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I'd have to look for it, but my opinion is, if it was in the introduction section, it should be moved to the species specific section, and you can continue subsequent posts in the same thread. If it's in the general section, same respose as above.
 

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Will someone link the original introduction thread for me? I can't find it on this Kindle.
 

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