(I'm going to state the obvious because if I'm going to create a tutorial, it may as well include every step from the beginning.) Accessing the Guild Forum:The 'Global' Icon (3 silhouettes, top row, second icon from left, on button bank at bottom left corner in-game) opens to reveal 3 more icons: 'Global Ranking' (wreath); 'Your Guild' (shield); and 'Guild Forum' (shield with thought bubble). Clicking 'Guild Forum' opens the forum window. At the bottom right corner is a small blue button (box with arrow), which will open the forum in a new browser tab, allowing you to return to the game tab, close the forum window, and restore game play, having both open and accessible. Forum navigation:The bulletin board as a whole is called the Guild Forum, but the headings across the top are also called forums. These are the main divisions. To create a new "forum", click the blue 'Administrate Forums' button (bottom right corner). The view will change to list current "forums", each on its own row. The up/down arrows at the left of each row allow you to change the order / position of the "forums" by way of click and drag. The blue pencil button at the right end is not edit. Clicking this opens a pop-up box that allows you to add the name of a guild so that they may view and share a "forum". This is ideally used for an alliance with another guild. The red trashcan icon at the right end, deletes the entire "forum". A pop-up box will ask you to confirm, "Do you really want to delete this forum?" Click the green 'Confirm' button if yes, red 'Cancel' button if no. Clicking the name of the "forum" expands the row for editing of the name and description. If you check the box next to 'Hidden Forum' then only members marked as 'trusted' in the 'Your Guild' interface will be able to access that forum. Click the green checkmark button to save any changes and exit editing. Click the orange 'New Forum' button and a pop-up box will open that allows you to enter a name and description for a new forum. Click the green 'Create' button and the box will close, a confirmation box will appear then close on its own, and the new forum will appear on the top bar of the Guild Forum itself. The only way to exit the administration mode is to click one of the forums on the top bar. Within a forum, the topics will be listed. These are the sub-divisions.The page icon at the left end will be green if there are any new entries since your last visit. At the right end, the last poster and date are displayed, with a blue arrow button to take you directly to the last post. Click the orange 'New Topic' button to open a text box to enter the topic name and body of the post. Clicking the orange 'Create Topic' button takes you within the "forum" heading, within the topic you just created, to view your post. The confirmation box will appear and close on its own. There's nothing to identify where you are at, other than the active "forum" being highlighted on the top bar. At the bottom of the topic post, you will find the 'Quote | Edit' clickables. To lock the post so that only you (as administrator?) can edit or reply, click the orange padlock icon to toggle between locked and unlocked. The red trashcan button will delete the entire topic, even though the pop-up asks if you are sure you want to "Really delete post?" Click the 'OK' button if yes, red 'Cancel' button if no. A confirmation box will appear and close on its own. Individual posts can be deleted from within the actual post at the bottom via the 'Quote | Edit | Delete' clickables. To move a topic from one heading to another, click the page icon at the left end of the row of the topic listing, and a green checkmark will appear. Click the word 'Options' near the upper right corner. (This will expand the options bar. To close it, click the word 'Options' again.) From the white pull-down menu on the right, choose the forum (main heading) that you want to move the topic to. Then click the orange 'Move to' button. A confirmation box will appear and close on it's own, and the topic row listing will disappear from the selected forum.