The task is to then go through the posts and find the ones that contain 'buried' information you are interested in. This search was easy, but too often you will get many pages of posts and could spend hours finding the posts that contain the information you want.
I have done a couple of things to make my future searching easier. When I read a post that contains information I know I will want in the future, I categorize it and save it in a personal file. Example: I have a file on cayenne, colon cleansing, castor oil, etc. I have compiled several of these LINKS pages as [FAQ] posts for the forum.
I have compiled links to a lot of posts and categorized them for easy locating when I want them. The post's SUBJECT LINE may be something like, "I have questions", and contains information on many subjects, so I list the subjects covered and save the link. This is my personal filing system.
I also have a MyFamily.com private web site where I copy and paste many posts with their link. I can then add as many categories (colon cleansing, liver, tinctures, etc.) as needed. I am then able to do a search of a category, such as tinctures and get a list of all posts I have on tinctures or I can search for anything I have on cayenne.
This site is a private, password protected site and is not viewable by anyone that has not been given membership/password from me. It is my own private space. It is a great way to compile and organize all my natural healing information. It costs only $29.95 /annually. When CureZone crashed a few years back and so much information was lost it got me to thinking. I had a MyFamily.com web site as a way for my family to stay connected and share family information for years. I thought I needed a Natural Healing site where I could protect and save information that I was collecting. If my computer crashed, my information would still be safe online. So I keep information on my computer AND on my private site.. Cheap STORAGE, but more importantly a great place to build and compile information.
I hope I have given some Food-For-Thought on ways to search for, find and save information.
Does anyone else have tips they could add? I know searching for information on CureZone Forums is a difficult and time consuming process and saving it in your FAVORITES isn't always helpful, because the SUBJECT LINE of the post may not tell you what subject/information it contains.
An important reminder to anyone posting. Please put as much information in the SUBJECT LINE as possible. Tell us what the SUBJECT of your post is. :-)