More obvious way to close marketplace threads?

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Apparently I have too many open marketplace threads and can't post another one. But I don't see any obvious way to close these threads, or even find the specific ones that I have open.

Am I missing something?
 
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Am I missing something?
Unfortunately, you have to do it one by one. This can be a daunting task if you are an old member with hundreds of open sales threads.

Fortunately, moderators such as myself can indiscriminately close all threads in a matter of seconds (minutes) though. It wouldn't be my first time doing so, and probably not my last either, but I am here to help and serve our community members.

Would you like me to close all of your sales threads for you?

You can then start fresh. Later on, you can go back and edit out the domains in the title and contents of the threads if you wish too. This, I cannot do as it'd bury me in work.

Let me know!
 
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I think there may be a solution for this, but until the tutorial is written and it's tested, this is the best we've got.

Apologies for the inconvenience.
 

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Ok, yes, please close all of mine out. I've either sold the domains or let them drop by now anyway. Thanks!
 

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I've closed 79 of your threads so you shouldn't have difficulty posting now.

Please let me know if there are any issues! :)
 
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