o My Activities: Contains both My Discussions and My Recent activities which will now allow users to not only access discussions they have started but also discussions they have replied to
o Better Logic modification for allowing single space to be entered provided there are some additional characters after the space.
o Fixed performance issues for recent activity
o Fixed bug to display user star ranking for monthly
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