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New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: pinkoos
Date: June 28, 2011 05:53AM
Just noticed this new feature, Renew this Posting.

I guess gone are the days when you have to delete your posting and then re-post it. With one click, you can renew the posting, which automatically moves it to the top of the list.

I think this is only an option if your posting is old enough (48 hours?) that you would have been allowed to repost it right away after deleting it.



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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: rz
Date: June 28, 2011 07:54AM
I was wondering... I started seeing ads near the top that were dated several days earlier. I thought it was a glitch.
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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: mrbigstuff
Date: June 28, 2011 08:26AM
do you mean the "Repost" feature when you log in to an account? that feature has been there for some time now and is certainly useful. If you mean something else that allows one to move a post that is already in the system, I'm not sure about that but I'd be interested.
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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: Grateful11
Date: June 28, 2011 10:46AM
I found that the other day as soon as I deleted something it gave me the option to relist. Makes things much easier.



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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: pinkoos
Date: June 28, 2011 10:49AM
I think this is even before you delete it. There should be an option to "renew" it, so you don't have to delete and repost...just "renew" and you're done.
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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: weapon
Date: June 28, 2011 12:34PM
Yep you can renew even before deleting.

Nice feature.
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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: June 28, 2011 11:18PM
....who (k)NEW.....???



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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: CL_power_user
Date: December 19, 2011 12:26AM
Hello, what a great forum, people who actually use CL talking about.. I have been looking all day from a place like this....

has anyone seen the following thing happen (probably in the last week).

1) you logon to your account
2) then you post new or re-post, NOT renew)
3) then you get
"
IMPORTANT - FURTHER ACTION IS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE YOUR REQUEST !!!

You should receive an email shortly, with a link to:
•publish your ad
•edit (or confirm an edit to) your ad
•verify your email address
•delete your ad

"

at this point you are still logged on your account but rather then the post getting listed you have to go to your email to complete the listing...

Yes this is with an account and being logged on...

anyone seen of heard of this?

thanks
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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: spoonlegs
Date: April 09, 2012 12:17PM
Yes, that seems to happen every time now, even when I'm logged in to my account. I think they've increased their security.
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Re: New Craigslist feature: Renew this Posting
Posted by: MichaelStx
Date: July 07, 2012 01:15PM
Quote
CL_power_user
"
IMPORTANT - FURTHER ACTION IS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE YOUR REQUEST !!!

You should receive an email shortly, with a link to:
•publish your ad
•edit (or confirm an edit to) your ad
•verify your email address
•delete your ad

"
This is happening to me now as well, but I don't get the email, so can not get the post out of "drafts". I have double and triple checked my email address, spam, junk, trash. I've tried to submit a couple times, bt no email. The "Help" link only tells you to check your junk or spam, or change email providers!

I first tried about 30 minutes ago. Any idea how long "shortly" means?

Any Suggestions?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/07/2012 01:17PM by MichaelStx.
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