still tearing my hair out over the search function ( or rahter disfunction)
Okay, so someone again is talking about how long hep C stays alive outside the body. I remember seeing this subject here recently so I do a search.
The first one I click on is dated from 2003 ! Then one from 2007.
You really can't find anything without going nuts on the search function here.
This isn't new, I complained a year ago about it.
Members get frustrated, people leave and this problem goes on and on. Is there no way to improve it ???
It would help if the date came up with the post or if you could search by date.
To repeat. I do a search. The results do not show the date. I have to click on each one and often they may begin at 2003 ! or 2007.
Although some of the old posts may have valuable information, many are outdated, but that's off topic.
There really should be some way to see the date.
I vaguely recall years ago when they were archived by date. That was easier than the current system.
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