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What is the new functionality? Whenever a member creates a new discussion, they will be required to categorize it. (This does not apply to the clubs as the discussions can be created by the host only, BUT you can also suggest categories for the discussions.) Why did Edmunds do this? Here is the official statement:In addition to your discussion's title, we ask that you help categorize your discussion by selecting at least one make/model or vehicle type. In some message boards, you may also choose from a list of additional topics. Categorizing your discussion helps other Edmunds.com visitors find your discussion -- both in and out of Town Hall.Your selected categories are displayed in the discussion header. This allows Town Hall visitors and members to see, at a glance, your discussion's topics.Edmunds.com also uses these categories to select appropriate Town Hall discussions for the "Consumer Opinions" section of our new and used vehicle detail pages. These pages help Edmunds.com users make informed automotive decisions. In turn, your categorization helps other users to be aware of what you and the rest of the community think about specific vehicles.Thank you for helping us improve Town Hall and Edmunds.com.This will also be instrumental in finally providing a reliable search function. Something that I'm sure all of the Crew (AND ME!!!!!) will be thrilled to see!If you have any questions, please post them in Our Software: Your Questions Answered.Thanks!KarenSSenior HostOwners Clubs
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