I never get deletion messages

(9 Posts)
TheTantrumCometh Tue 29-Nov-16 18:04:27

My last Site Stuff post was resolved incredibly quickly due to me being a completely and utter sodding idiot, so I'm hoping for the same.

I have never, not once, received a deletion message from Mumsnet and as a highly nosy person I just don't think this is on. I've had a quick look in my settings and can't see anything, though I will take a closer look and probably spot it straight away hmm

The curry thread seems to have gone poof and I want to know why <foot stamp> I didn't report the thread but I was on it. It seems to happen on ones I've reported, too.

Am I supposed to get a PM on here, or an email? I've checked both and there's nothing.

dontpokethebear Tue 29-Nov-16 18:05:41

It was apparently a pbp, I really got into that thread angry

MsMarvel Tue 29-Nov-16 18:06:56

If you go to your 'threads I'm on' and if you have posted on the thread then you can click on the title and see the deletion message.

If you haven't posted on the thread before it gets deleted then no, you don't get informed about it... confused

dontpokethebear Tue 29-Nov-16 18:07:04

Voila

I only saw it as I went into the 'I'm on' bit on my phone.

00100001 Tue 29-Nov-16 18:07:46

You wont get emailed if you were in thread. You sometimes get emailed if you reported it.

dontpokethebear Tue 29-Nov-16 18:11:20

Just re read your thread. You won't get an actual notification/email!

SillyMoomin Tue 29-Nov-16 18:14:07

Are you only watching them op? You don't see the deletion unless you've commented on the thread and it goes into your "I'm on" list

Hence why so many people type those bloody annoying "." or "place marking for the message" statements

idontlikealdi Tue 29-Nov-16 18:22:20

You can't see them on the app

TheTantrumCometh Tue 29-Nov-16 21:47:21

Bloody gutted, I was so into that thread too angry

I checked on "I'm on" and it still does show confused Thanks for the help though

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