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Can we filter locked threads out of "Unanswered"?

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    Presently the Unanswered topics page has a number of locked topics with 0 responses. They'll be there forever because they're locked and therefore unanswerable 🤷‍♂️

    Is there some way to filter those out?



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      Posted By Olly Hodgson on 04 Jul 2019 02:57 PM

      Presently the Unanswered topics page has a number of locked topics with 0 responses. They'll be there forever because they're locked and therefore unanswerable 🤷‍♂️

      Is there some way to filter those out?

      I just though of the same, I have not seen an option for it but I'll have another look.

       

       



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        I don't see anything, we most likely have to change a SQL query or SP for that..
        Could you please log this here? https://github.com/ActiveForums/ActiveForums

        Thanks, Timo



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