New PeanutAlergy.com Launched

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By vicb on Sat, 01-31-09, 01:44

Hello Everyone,

We just launched the new PeanutAllergy.com today. We have added an "Ask the Question" section and will be adding a new blog section next week. If you are interested in blogging here please email us at info@peanutallergy.com. We will also be bringing back the private messaging feature soon. Just doing some final testing. If there is anything else you would like to see on the site please let us know.

Thanks.

Vic

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By gw_mom3 on Mon, 02-02-09, 02:04

I loved the feature where you could see all new posts within the last 24 hours, 48 hours or 7 days. Is there a similar feature on this board?

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By gw_mom3 on Mon, 02-02-09, 02:06

Want to add that I absolutely HATE the mouseover ads. Almost as bad as popups. I will still come here because it's such an important forum but normally I won't even visit boards with those.

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By berniepappas on Mon, 02-02-09, 20:00

Hi. New here. Looks good so far.

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By ElizabethY on Fri, 02-06-09, 12:44

Vic - Thanks for all your work on this. I'm grateful to have this forum.

Beth

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By vicb on Fri, 02-06-09, 18:45

Thanks Beth. Please let us know what we can do to make it better.

Vic

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