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Today we made a slight change with what happens when you log in to QUADCRAZY. Up until now, you were automatically directed upon login to your account page.

Based on some conversations that Admin and I had, along with some of our moderators, we'd like to try something new. Upon logging in, all members will be directed to the forums page, in an effort to increase our member participation. Your account page can be accessed any time by clicking the MY ACCOUNT link in the top menu. We also added a small link to your account page under the forum welcome and last visited block (top of forum).

We're also attaching a poll to this thread for your feedback. Please take a moment to vote and comment in this thread. Thank you.

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