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I upgraded the forum software to the latest version. Went pretty smoothly and we're sporting a clean new look with lots of cool new features. But, as always, there's bound to be a glitch or two. One in particular that's come to my attention is the notification settings for your watched forums and topics.

I noticed I wasn't getting notifications of replies to topic that I had posted in. I also wasn't getting notifications for new posts in forums I'm watching. Have had others message me about this, too. Turns out this is a "known" issue with the upgrade; known to developers but not to me!

But no biggie-- the fix is easy: just check/reset your notification settings in your control panel.

Watch my short screencast that shows you how to do this ==> http://screencast.com/t/v2oCSzRdY