I've been around here for an embarrassingly long time, and I've learned a few things about using CWD over the years that I thought I'd share. By way of disclaimer, I'm not telling anyone how to post or what to post. I'm simply suggesting a few things that might make your posting experience better. I am not an admin, I have only briefly met Jeff, I am not speaking as an authority, simply as a member. 1. Make a signature. Include your child's DOB or age and date of dx. Note your insulin regimen, i.e. MDI, Pump etc 2. Be specific in your post title. "I have a problem" might not get you as many views or as much meaningful help as would "I have a problem with lows at night" 3. Check back in. People get a bit frustrated when they respond to your thread and you don't check back in - a simple "thanks for the input" is fine, but no one likes to be carrying on a conversation by themselves. You don't have to agree or perhaps you might see in the comments that you were not perfectly clear in your OP and a reply is a great time to add more information. 4. Use the quote feature instead of saying, "like someone said". The quote feature allows you to build on someone's comment, to grow the conversation, which is, I think, the point. So that's a start. CWD is a great resource. It really saved my sanity when I first stumbled in 5 years ago.:cwds: I thought we could start a conversation about anything that you have noticed that might help make a new member's experience even better.