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04) How to Post a New Question on E2E
If you can't find what you are looking for using E2E Search, you can post a new question on the appropriate E2E Forum.
Browse to the Forum You Want to Post a Question in
You can post new questions on E2E either at a sub-family landing page or on a forum landing page. Unsure which forum to post in? You can use the E2E Forum Sitemap (here). Note: On family landing pages and individual forum threads the new post button will not be present.
Example: If you wanted to post a question about the MSP430 LaunchPad in the MSP430 Forum you could post it directly from there sub-family landing page (here) or on its forum landing page (here). From either location you would click on the red button for "New Post" in the top right (underneath the social media share buttons).
How to Find the New Post Button
The button to create a new post is a red button at the top right of a sub-family landing page or a forum landing page (just below the social media share icons). This button will look differently depending on whether you are signed into E2E at the time of viewing the page you are currently on.
"Signed In" View of the New Post Button
Signed Out View of the New Post Button
Where You Can't Post a Question on E2E
On family landing pages and individual forum threads the new post button will not be present.
Family landing pages would include any of the pages below. On these pages the new post button will not be present.
AmplifiersApplicationsARM® ProcessorsClocks & TimersData ConvertersDevelopment ToolsDigital Signal Processors (DSP)DLP & MEMSEmbedded SoftwareInterfaceLogicLow Power RF & Wireless ConnectivityMicrocontrollersOMAP™ Applications ProcessorsPower ManagementRF & Digital RadioOther Analog & Touch
You can post a question within any of their sub-family or main forum landing pages.
If you wanted to post a question in a DSP forum you would need to post it on a sub-family page or on one of its forum landing pages.
Sub-Family Landing Pages for DSP include:
C5000 Ultra Low Power DSPC6000 Multicore DSPC6000 Single Core DSPDaVinci™ Video ProcessorsOMAP™ Processors
Alternatively you can also browse to any of its forum landing pages (as applicable to your question). So if you had a Keystone question you would browse to its main forum landing page to post a question.
If you have a Clocks & Timers question, you can't post a question on its main landing page but you can post a new question from its forum landing page.
You can search E2E three primary ways:
While this article perfectly describes, how to _technically_ post a question, it might be a good idea to also read about how to shape the _content_ of this post.
Three years ago, I started a thread about this topic, which is often referenced by others. Since it is located in the MSP430 forum, and no longer sticky, most new users will miss it.
It is found here: e2e.ti.com/.../55315.aspx
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