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6 minutes ago, MussharrafHossenShoikot said:

2.how to delete my post

You cant delete or edit your posts.

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Just to qualify...

One can Edit and Delete posts but not new members.  Due to the occurrence of Spam and Abuse the Forum Administration has limited new user's capabilities.  As one posts and become a contributing member of the Forum such capabilities are granted.  This "Moderation" is a valuable function that is not available in Internet Relay Chat.

Post Sorting ( Ascending/Descending )  is usually a function of the Web Forum software.  Malwarebytes uses the Invision Community software and whether it is capable of sorting posts is not known by me.  If it is implemented  by Forum software, it is usually a functionality in one's User Profile Settings as a "Default".

Maybe the Forum Admin can provide further information
Attn:   @AdvancedSetup

Edited by David H. Lipman
Edited for content, clarity, spelling and grammar

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The ability to sort differently is not supported. You can however chose multiple means of post activity via the menu on top of the forum.

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You can create your own New Activity Stream as well with the following options.

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Edited by AdvancedSetup
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