Peter

I now see a storage meter on my home page.  What happens when my storage reaches 200 MB and is a MB binary as in the Windows OS File Explorer or decimal like disk drive manufacters use?

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Admin
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If you reach your limit you will not be able to upload any more to the website. 

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Tania Alix Kreuz
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If you reach your limit you will not be able to upload any more to the website. 

 

I like that is limited i dont see the point of having every shit people do online (like facebook) limited space forces people to prioritize

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Peter
#3

Thanks and I am gussing that the limit is 200,000,000 bytes (200 Decimal MB).

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Peter
#4

When I reach the limit I will cease to post.  When you say "Groups are only temporary" does that mean that Sharfly will automatically delete my groups at some point in time?

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Duffnering
#5

Be careful when you delete content. The system will subtract an activity point for each deletion.

 

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Peter
#6

Not sure I care personally; it appears that a $25.00 iTunes card is 2,500 activity points. 

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Heather
#7

I already reached my limit a few days ago @Peter, and yes, you can no longer make uploads without deleting previous posts.

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Peter
#8

Too bad!  In my opinion 200,000,000 bytes does not seem like much storage.

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Heather
#9

It's not, I reached my limit in only a few weeks of posting and had to scroll back through to delete posts. I can't find an easy way to delete older posts either, apart from physically scrolling down through them all and deleting, which is rather time consuming. I assume there must be an easier way! 

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Peter
#10

If there is then IDK it.  I just deleted some old Deadpool posts and after the first delete I had to scroll down from the top to get to my second delete (it would have been nice had positioning been maintained after the first delete).

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Heather
#11

Equivalent of 8 emails in yahoo with attachments.

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Heather
#12

Yahoo mail allows attachments up to 25 mb per email.

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