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Re: [Gmail-Users] Quick Links Robert E. Carneal Mon Feb 13 17:00:28 2012

*cleared cache and deleted cookies.  No good. I ended up putting every
folder at the top level. I don't have anymore folders and sub-folders, and
again another sub-folder anymore.  Gmail may have stopped that for some
*Thank you.

*Genealogy without documentation is mythology! Always SOURCE your work.*

On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 1:06 PM, Sarah <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> If clearing the cache and cokis does not work. try creating a new quick
> link.
> I would probably suggest deleting the quick link that's not working,
> before you create a new one; but I do't kniow for certain that it would
> make any difference.
> This problem might be  - as Andy said - due to the changes in gmail. If
> you are able to provide any feedback to the lab's creator, it may be
> worthwhile; it is a shame that gmail now offers a bland feedback form
> rather than allowing you to contact the individual who designed the lab. I
> don't know if the new feedback is forwarded to the lab's creator. You would
> wat to select the  problem option
> On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 4:15 AM, Robert E. Carneal <
>> *I have my Gmail all organized in folders.  I made some quick links so
>> could rapidly check a folder. I might have a folder for "Kathy" a couple
>> folders deep. Kathy might be in a "Carneal" folder, and the "Carneal"
>> folder was inside a "Family" folder. Nonetheless the quick link worked.*
>> *
>> *
>> *Recently though, the quick link is taking me to the TOP folder, if I
>> click on Kathy to go to Kathy's folder, it takes me the to Family folder
>> instead.  How may I correct this?*

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