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@maggiek

I just replied to Jake and Leonard. I’m new to this… will my reply’s be open to the group. Would like that just not sure the reply’s would be there. And do I have to give the reply or post a title?

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Hi @maggiek,

Your replies will be seen by everyone in the discussion group. I'll invite @johnbishop to this conversation. He can help you understand better about posting on Connect.

Hi @maggiek, you're doing a fine job of using the Mayo Clinic Connect website.
When you reply to a person's message, you do not need a title. If you start a new discussion like this one, you need a title. You'll notice that I changed the title of your discussion so that it reflects what this discussion is about "How to use the site".
You can learn more about replies, who sees them and where to find them in this article:
– Replies and @mentions: How do I know who is replying to whom? https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/about-connect/newsfeed-post/replies-and-mentions-how-do-i-know-who-is-replying-to-whom/

If you ever have any questions about How to Use Mayo Clinic Connect, see the link at the bottom of any page to see the
Get Started on Connect guide https://connect.mayoclinic.org/get-started-on-connect/

You have successfully followed the Epilepsy group. If you click the +Follow button of any group or post a message in a group, you are added to the Member list.

You can learn a lot from your profile. To see your profile you can click your avatar in the top menu. In your profile you will see which groups you are following and a history of the posts you have made. More about your profile is explained in this article:

– What can you learn from a profile: yours or a fellow member’s? https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/about-connect/newsfeed-post/what-can-you-learn-from-a-profile-yours-or-a-fellow-members/

To see all the discussions in the Epilepsy Group, click this link https://connect.mayoclinic.org/group/epilepsy-2bb359/