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Is there a way to search the forum for a specific thing using keywords? There used to be a search bar on the right side, but it no longer shows up. For example, if I want to see posts on a specific curriculum, or say, the word “exercise”, is there a way to search for that?Jordan SmithKeymaster
Hi Kendra! We recently did a website update and we’re still working on bringing back a few things. The search box is on our list to add back. 🙂
Ok, great! Thank you for your response.lisasolsonParticipant
I was wondering this too. I thought I was going crazy cuz I couldn’t find it anymore. Hahaha! Glad to see it’s been asked and I no longer need to wonder.kurtjenvbParticipant
Any update on the Search Bar?CrystalParticipant
Goodness! I thought something was wrong with me. Thank you for asking.MelissaBParticipant
I think I might have a way to help while there is no search bar in the forum. If using Google you can type or copy the following in the browser bar:
replace the word “modern” with whatever you are searching for and make sure there is a space before it. I was looking up posts on the modern history handbook and it worked for me to find some info.
Hope this helps!Tamara BellModerator
Kurtjenvb, unfortunately, it is not something that has been easy to fix.CrystalNParticipant
MelissaB: I have been doing the same thing! I just type my key words followed by Simply Charlotte Mason into my google search and I get forum hits. And then dig from there. I just typed: “one year adventure novel simply charlotte mason” and some forum posts came up.fivefollParticipant
Is the search bar coming back soon? It really helps when looking for specific topics.Jordan SmithKeymaster
I asked our webmaster if he had time to look at this today, and we now have a search box for the forum. Enjoy!
Thank you! I’m sure I speak for a lot of us when I say we appreciate it. It’s a very helpful tool.CrystalNParticipant
Hooray! Thank you.fivefollParticipant
That’s awesome! Thank you!!RuralmamaParticipant
Thanks so much!
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