The "bump" question!

  cowgirl66 09:05 05 Nov 2006

Can you please tell me what you mean when you simply say, "bump", in response to a member's question?

I have been puzzled by this for some time.

Bump. Whatever.

  radi8or 09:13 05 Nov 2006

Just a way of bringing a post back up to the top of the list, ie bumping-up, anything typed would do the same

Regards Bob

  bobbybowls 09:17 05 Nov 2006

It's to help keep the post on the first page so that you get help. A lot of people just pop in and out during the day and only read the first page of questions. you can put anything in but bump (as in bump it up) seems to be the most popular.

  cowgirl66 09:18 05 Nov 2006

Thank you, radi8or. Have a nice day.

Regards cowgirl66

  dogbreath1 09:19 05 Nov 2006


  johndrew 12:51 05 Nov 2006

bump = Bring Up My Post which simply raises the post up the list.

  spuds 13:59 05 Nov 2006

Doesn't necessarily need to be 'bump'. Can be anything, for example: >< bookmarked.

  Mikè 14:03 05 Nov 2006

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