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Couple of things would be nice to have for the Adobe forums:

Forum Community pages (e.g. Dynamic Tag Management) show thread listings by Featured content, Unanswered Questions, Recent content, etc.

1) Possible to consolidate this and add filters/sorting options instead? e.g. filter for unanswered only. Or sort by most recent, etc.

2) In the thread listing where it shows the title, author, last activity time stamp (e.g. 3 hours ago), can additional info about the thread be added? Specifically, it would be nice to see the username of the last user who last posted in the thread, and also some kind of flag or icon signifying if it is a thread I have posted in.

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If you add /content to the end of a community URL, you have a lot more control over the threads you see. For example, for the Adobe Analytics community:

/community/experience-cloud/analytics-cloud/analytics/content

From there you have numerous filtering options available, such as thread type, status, and sorting by various options. This works for every Experience Cloud community (and subforum).