One example amongst dozens: https://forum.unity.com/threads/xr-plugins-and-subsystems.693463/page-6#post-5708842 7 page thread with a very broad topic. Someone posts on page 7: "Unsure if this is the correct thread. If it isn't please redirect me to the proper one. " Well - if the thread is 7 pages long then it's almost certainly not the right one! Why did that user not even consider starting a new thread with a clear subject line related to his actual question? I'm pretty sure most forums roughly gravitate towards "one single topic per thread" but for some reason that doesn't happen round here. I'm pushing 50 and I've been a net citizen since Netscape was a hot new thing so I'v participated in my share of forums. What's going on that's different here? Is there something in the UI that disaudes people from starting new threads? Is it a moderation problem? Certainly moderation might help mitigate it. Also - I've noticed Unity staff tend to kick off these megathreads with large announcements or overly broad questions. But they persist for page after page and become the go to place for any question even tangentally related to the subject line.