crosspost

Crosspost vs Crossposter - What's the difference?

crosspost | crossposter |


As nouns the difference between crosspost and crossposter

is that crosspost is (computing) an electronic message posted to multiple newsgroups simultaneously while crossposter is one who crossposts.

As a verb crosspost

is (computing|transitive) to post (a message) to multiple newsgroups simultaneously.

Multipost vs Crosspost - What's the difference?

multipost | crosspost |

Multipost is a see also of crosspost.


As verbs the difference between multipost and crosspost

is that multipost is (computing|ambitransitive) to post several copies of (a message) to different newsgroups while crosspost is (computing|transitive) to post (a message) to multiple newsgroups simultaneously.

As a noun crosspost is

(computing) an electronic message posted to multiple newsgroups simultaneously.

Newsgroup vs Crosspost - What's the difference?

newsgroup | crosspost |


As nouns the difference between newsgroup and crosspost

is that newsgroup is a repository on a computer network where people can post messages, usually about a single subject while crosspost is (computing) an electronic message posted to multiple newsgroups simultaneously.

As a verb crosspost is

(computing|transitive) to post (a message) to multiple newsgroups simultaneously.

Crosspost vs Post - What's the difference?

crosspost | post |

Crosspost is a derived term of post.


As nouns the difference between crosspost and post

is that crosspost is (computing) an electronic message posted to multiple newsgroups simultaneously while post is a long dowel or plank protruding from the ground; a fence post; a light post or post can be (obsolete) each of a series of men stationed at specific places along a postroad, with responsibility for relaying letters and dispatches of the monarch (and later others) along the route or post can be an assigned station; a guard post.

As verbs the difference between crosspost and post

is that crosspost is (computing|transitive) to post (a message) to multiple newsgroups simultaneously while post is to hang (a notice) in a conspicuous manner for general review or post can be to send mail.

As a adverb post is

with the post, on post-horses; express, with speed, quickly.

As a preposition post is

after; especially after a significant event that has long-term ramifications.