More Threads

More Threads 1.0

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Compatible XF 1.x versions
1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5

Allows showing more threads by a user based on forum selection.

Viewers can easily see more threads of a particular type. For example you can show a list of all threads a member started in a Music forum.

Other examples:

Show all poetry threads by a member.
Show all creative writing threads by a member.
Show all picture threads by a member.
Show all videos threads by a member.

(Example of Options page)


(Example of thread view)


(Example of More Threads page)



All phrases start with morethreads_ for your convenience.

  1. Download and unzip it
  2. Upload the Andy directory to your server, the correct location is library/Andy
  3. From your Admin Control Panel, go to the Install Add-on page
  4. Upload the addon-MoreThreads_v1.0.xml file
  5. Click the Install Add-on button

You will want to edit the following phrases:


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Latest reviews

This is a fantastic add-on. Andy created this for my poetrycircle forum so that people could, with one click, see all of the original writing from particular authors. You can go to the forum there to see it in action (I have renamed some phrases from "More threads" to "more work"). I can see how this would be useful on many forums, however--photography, for example, or just any place where certain members write really good threads and other people would like a one-click way to see what else the good members have produced. Andy writes these incredibly useful add-ons, and I've donated to him several times in thanks. I hope you do, too.