Today I noticed TI requires company or university emails to post on this forum,
I used to use my personal account (email: email@example.com) for 7+years as a HW engineer, got many helps from TI in 400+ posts, and I do appreciate that.
My current working email is this account : firstname.lastname@example.org (as I logged in now), which might be registed at some Ti's off-line seminar activity years ago. But I barely use this account.
As these two accounts exists at the same time, I assume that I just cannot simply change my email address in my personal email account like the FAQ tells.
So, is it there any way to combine these two accunts? or migrating my personal email accounts' posts (which is valuable for me) into this company email account ? Thanks very much !
Yes, I can delete the personal account and merge all of the activity into the corporate account. Would you like me to proceed with that now?
Bill Traynor E2E SysAdmin/DevOps
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In reply to William Traynor:
Great, please help merge these two accounts activities into the corporate account. please let me know when things done. Thanks very much!
Personal account: email@example.com
Corporate account now : firstname.lastname@example.org
In reply to XY:
Done. The old account has been deleted and all posts have been allocated to your new account.
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