Seasoned Forum members and even most new Forum members are doing a pretty good job in that regard. Thanks to everyone for thinking clearly about categories.
The benefits are amazing in that any Forum member or even guests can look through a category of interest to them and find threads on topics of interest within any specific category.
This Forum is fast becoming a great resource for CT'ers all over the world, due to our organization and especially the actions of Forum members. I know because I am getting multiple emails every day, from around the world, thanking me for providing this Forum. Of course that thanks really goes to all our great participating Forum members. So, I pass this praise on to you, our Forum members... THANKS!
However, one area that some Forum members need a little help on is making new thread titles descriptive of the contents of their starting message.
Descriptive Thread Titles are important to let forum members know a little bit about what the messages within that thread might contain.
While the large majority of threads have either "really good" to "OK" Thread Titles, there are some that can only be described as non-descriptive.
In an effort to make this CT90-CT110 Forum the best that it can be, here's a list of my Hall of Shame - Thread Titles that have actually appeared in various places in the Forum (yes, they are all real Thread Titles).
I have left out the Forum member user names that created these non-descriptive thread titles, as I thought that would be just rubbing salt in the wound of achieving the dubious award of being included in this Hall of Shame - Thread Titles.
If you see/recognize your own thread title in the list of Hall of Shame - Thread Titles, you may want to go back, find that thread, re-read your initial message, and if you will create a new thread title, just click on the "EDIT" under your user name, and you can change your thread title to something more descriptive of what is contained in your thread. You can once again hold your head high.
Look what he found.
Another even dumber question.
Beginning to wonder.
Do I need this?
Is this a bad sign on a used CT or normal?
Good Grief - What have I done?
Where does this piece go?
What is it?
What would you call this?
Is this right?
Has anyone tried one of these?
Why is this one different?
I hate electricity.
Electrical problem (obviously)
Help with bike!
Need help fast.
Going frickin crazy.
Fixing up my CT.
New to forum looking for advice
Need a little help.
Help me evaluate.
In over my head but happy to be here
I'm not having a good time.
Clutch help, help, help
Honda ct 90 carb
more electrical help
Question for electrical PROS
Couple quick questions.
Two fast questions for you experts.
Couple of noob questions.
Help Newby (dummy) needs practical advice please.
Utter Newb, maybe you can help?
New to CT
1969 ct 90 only
OR, ANY THREAD TITLE THAT IS ALL CAPS, which is like YELLING!
All of the above non-descriptive thread titles, do not help our Forum members or guests know what your thread contains.
So, here's a hint about how to make a descriptive Thread Title...
It's perhaps best to actually compose your message before creating a Thread Title, as the message should direct you to a pretty good descriptive thread title about the main topic of your message.
And, I wouldn't want to miss any opportunity to point out that we do have some additional helpful tips on how to operate on our CT90-CT110 Forum in the Rules & Guidelines and back at the main Forum page, at the bottom, in the Announcements section, there are multiple "how to's..." on making an avatar, a signature, filling in your profile, and most importantly, becoming a full participating Forum member by learning how to "Post photos" right within a message (another thing that makes this Forum particularly fantastic).
So, I'm on a mission, to eliminate non-descriptive thread titles... let's fix this... "Only you can prevent non-descriptive thread titles".
And, for all Forum members that are NOT on the Hall of Shame - Thread Titles list, keep up the good work.