How to See Your Posts on 4Chan

Written by paul higgins
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Due to the overwhelming number of threads posted on the anonymous 4chan message boards, it can sometimes be difficult to locate a comment you just posted on the site or a new thread you created. When creating a thread or posting a reply to an existing one, 4chan automatically bumps that thread to the top of the board. However, since hundreds of users typically post on 4chan at any given time, your thread can quickly disappear from the front page. 4chan doesn't have a search feature to allow you to locate your own posts. By using a special code while posting a new comment, 4chan can, however, automatically redirect you to the comment you just made. This allows you to follow any reply other users may make to your posts.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Visit one of the message boards on 4chan. To create a new thread, simply use the form at the top of the message board. To post a reply to an existing thread, click on that thread and use the comment form on the new page.

  2. 2

    Type the subject of your post in the "Subject" field and its content in the "Comment" field. You can also, if you want, type your name, upload a file or create a password which will allow you to delete your post at a later time. However, those fields are not mandatory.

  3. 3

    Type "noko", without quotes, in the "e-mail" field.

  4. 4

    Read the two words in the security picture and type them in the field underneath it. Click on "Submit" to post your comment or create your new thread. The "noko" code will tell 4chan to automatically redirect you to the thread you created or commented on. You can then use the F5 key on your keyboard to refresh that page to see replies other users might make to your post.

Tips and warnings

  • Some 4chan message boards contain offensive and/or adult material.

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