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TorontoEastEndFoodie Mar 6, 2011 12:31 PM

Ok, I've done a search for Customer Service, and not found a thread relating to this. I want to post to the Ontario Board. How do I do it. I'm a newbie to posting, but have been a fan of the site for a while. Any help would be appreciated. Nowhere in the search comes up with anything vaguely helpful. The "new to Chowhound" has a link that is broken. I've spent the last half hour searching, and am no further ahead. I can't even find a link to the "ChowhoundTeam". HELP

  1. GraydonCarter Mar 7, 2011 11:31 AM

    The first item in the sticky note for the "New to Ontario board?" is

    "If you need help starting a new thread, check out the FAQ"

    Short of having a "Help" button adjacent to the "Post" button, I think that does the job.

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      Harters Mar 6, 2011 01:01 PM

      Would you not just go to the Ontario board and post away as you have on this board?

      Perhaps I'm misunderstanding your problem. If so, please explain more.

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      1. re: Harters
        TorontoEastEndFoodie Mar 6, 2011 01:28 PM

        I guess I got confused with the fact that when I used the search, it didn't come back with anything. I tried rephrasing the question, and was not getting anything relevent. Because I had already opened up a posted thread, there was not a "Add a new post" button at the top of the page. When I closed all the posted threads, I finally got to the main Ontario Board page and found the Add a new Post button. I'm very suprised that this site doesn't have a basic how the site is set up link. The Newbie thread wasn't much of a help at all. Thank you for your help. I have figured it out.

        1. re: TorontoEastEndFoodie
          HillJ Mar 7, 2011 06:18 AM

          Sadly, TEEF this very useful FAQ is "hidden" at the bottom of the CH website in tiny letters:
          http://www.chow.com/faq

          1. re: HillJ
            TorontoEastEndFoodie Mar 7, 2011 06:34 AM

            Thanks. Just had a quick look at the link. Looks to be a great souce of info. Will peruse when I have more time. I am really liking the helpful info, and the passion about food.

            1. re: TorontoEastEndFoodie
              HillJ Mar 7, 2011 11:10 AM

              Welcome it's good to have you here!

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