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Posted by Ludachris, May 18, 2014

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  1. Ludachris

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    A very cool new feature on the site is the new DSM Profiles:
    http://www.dsmtuners.com/dsm-profiles/

    For those that had one generated for them, you should go in and edit the one we set up for you. Chances are it wasn't set up perfectly by our auto generation script. You can find if you have one or not by hovering over your username in the top navigation bar and clicking on the My DSM Profiles link. If you see a profile, then it was created for you. If not, then you can create a new one.

    Now the cool part - if you already had a thread here in the Build Journals forum, you can tie it to an existing DSM Profile or a new one you just created. Here's how:

    - Click in to your Build Thread and copy the thread URL. Go to this thread in the Site Feedback forum and reply with that link:
    http://www.dsmtuners.com/threads/request-your-build-profile-build-thread-be-connected-here.479709/

    A moderator, or I, will take care of the rest. I'm going to go in and do a few at a time when I get the chance. Hopefully some of the mods can do so as well.

    Once it's done you'll notice the new tabs that shows up at the top of your DSM profile - Discussion. Also, when you and everyone else reads your Build Journal thread in that forum they'll actually see the tabs up at the top of the thread to click over and view your DSM Profile data for the car in question. Very cool, huh?
     
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