An adjustment to the Members Area

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    Beverly

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    Hi @Ian This is currently how the description of the Members Area reads:

    General Chat
    Off-Topic chat goes in here, a friendly hangout area. Please post any garden related queries in one of the forums below.

    On my computer the members area is below all of the garden related forums, so shouldn't this read "...forums above" ?
     
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    General Chat may have been intended to be at the top of the forum, as it is on the garden pond forum.
     
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    So maybe the Members Area (which has 3 subsections: General Area for Off topic, News & Announcements, and Feedback and Comments) may have been between the Community (Introductions) and the Gardening Forums at one time? Do you think it works better that way?
     
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    Thanks, I'll adjust the text :). We used to have it at the top, but lots of gardening questions ended up in the general chat area. I've changed it to read "above" now. Well spotted (y).
     
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