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"Date & Time" in User Profile

When you Kudos!, or when someone Kudos! you, it  shows the Date and Time that Message was Posted at; I think it should show the Date and Time that Message was Kudos!.

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Kudos0

Re: "Date & Time" in User Profile

Hi Floating Red:

Have you got a purpose in mind?  I know, I sometimes go back to look at a thread that I missed and kudo advice or particularly interesting suggestions, but most of the time, it is while the thread is fairly recent.  I suppose an example might be looking at the suggestions for 2010, where a person might kudo a suggestion that now has relevance for him or her  now, when it didn't before, but does it matter? 

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Kudos0

Re: "Date & Time" in User Profile

Hi, found this thread : http://community.norton.com/norton/board/message?board.id=forum_feedback&message.id=1342&query.id=176279#M1342

Looks like the spring update discussed in that thread is being applied so this might be perfect timing to bring that up, unless that is why you brought it up :)  As it might be an easier task at this time to implement suggestions now if deemed beneficial by the Admin.

It's really great to be included in the suggestions of and be a part of the forum as it develops.

{edit add}  I can't see a way to see precisely when each kudos is selected in any given message however I believe if you click on your name (next to the logout button), Navtigate to Recent Kudos Received > View All and then click on Kudos Rec'd: from UsersTab, I believe it will list the Kudos in chronological order. The most recent being at the top of the list at position #1, as long as the Date Kudoed column's arrow is facing down other wise I believe the oldest Kudo will be at position #1 and working down the list is going forward in time.

Message Edited by mumford68 on 04-17-2009 09:13 PM

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