Keeping this public,
While I appreciate the help and getting the topics moved back and understand it would be a very difficult job as being one of the few admins for this site.
Can I request the last paragraph from this post be removed or atleast reworded, as I was just warned for messaging one of the admins this post SPECIFICALLY said to contact, with their name hyperlinked, if something was archived we felt "was still relevant". This to me comes off as a request to contact one of these two admins directly for support. Which would be following the guidelines as the admin is requesting to be contacted.
Again, appreciate all help provided, but maybe rewording this could prevent further confusion since obviously contacting the admin like the post says is not correct.
Is there something in the Xfinity Forum that you are looking for and cannot find? This could be because we recently started an archive project.
Since our community started in 2003, we have continued to allow topics to live on forever in our public forum. This method has allowed outdated and irrelevant content to still be accessible. For a Support Forum this method can cause some of our users to have difficulty finding the exact information they are looking for. It can also mean that the Best Answer of the past, may no longer be the best answer today.
Since Comcast releases new products and services frequently, in the coming weeks you will notice our team reviewing and archiving obsolete posts. These posts will be moved off their board to a public archive. When a topic is archived you will still be able to view this post or link to them for insight in new discussions, you will simply not be able to continue the discussion. After some time in this public archive, it will no longer searchable or viewable. Of course any topics that are still very active, regardless of the age, will continue to stay in a public board for you to participate in. If one of your posts is archived, don’t worry it will not affect your post count, your rank, or any associated badges.
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Why was the below post moved to Archive when it was posted on August 28, 2018 about an issue as recent as August 25, 2018. With NO notification to the user who posted as to why it was moved.
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Sports app was updated last year which made it impossible to use for college sports, with a handful of football games on 08/25, it is still broken beyond usable for most people. If you hit the C button and go to NCAAF, it defaults to "on this week" Perfect! I go to watch the Colorado State vs Hawaii. I go back to the sports app to see the game that is on tonight and it automatically defaulst to the conference of the current game. So then you have to select the category again and scroll all the way up to select on this week again.
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Why cant their be an option to leave the category defaulted to WHAT THE USER SELECTS and stop automatically changing it.
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