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HI! I have a question about U2U. If I write a note on U2U, then the person sends one back to me, then how do I send another note back to them ? Do I have to start all over? I hit the reply button, and the quote comes up , but nowhere to write. Am I just missing something?:o thanks!! linda


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Linda Gibbons

Cabin Creek Quilting

APQS Freddie (aka, Gracie ll)

Hand guided

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Click your mouse at the top of the dialog box (at the beginning of the quote/text) and hit the enter key a few times to give you some space to type. Then type your reply.


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Not exactly intuitive, is it? But it sure is a nice way to reach folks you might not otherwise reach.....


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Is anyone else having trouble sending their U2Us? Sometimes when I click the send button it says:

The U2U you are trying to save is empty.

Then I go back and my message is gone, but not sent.

What am I doing wrong?


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Do you all check your U2U often? I never think to. I missed an important message because the person chose to do a U2U instead of using the email address at the bottom of my signature.


Gayle Jackson

Free Spirit Quilting

Kingsburg CA

peachfarmer@sbcglobal.net

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When I receive a U2U, I click on it, then if I want to reply, I go to the bottom and make sure the reply button is marked, then click submit changes. A new box comes up, go to the top, hit enter several times to give yourself room to reply, then when finished, click on send. It's a bit wierd in some ways, but once you learn how, it's pretty easy to manage it. I've gotten into the habit of looking at the top of the Forum page and if you have a U2U, there will be a note there on the left hand upper corner. Easy Peasy.:cool:


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There is also a way to be notified by email when you receive a U2U--somewhere on your profile page is a place to check off for notification. I have sent a couple of U2Us and they have never been read, even when I post that I have sent one.

Went to my profile to see--click on edit profile and scroll down to find lots of options for managing U2Us and other notifications.


Linda Rech

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Millennium on Bliss rails--hand-guided

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I'm so bad! I always forget about the U2U thingy. I had one I noticed recently that had been there about a month before I saw it! (sorry, Mary Beth! :o)


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