Thanks for the reply.
CONTROL-F: As you said, entering the Control-F a second time opens the browser’s search.
ADD USER, NEW TOPIC, NEW MESSAGE:
Attached are two image files (screen shots).
New Message: Clicked on my user logo > Clicked on Messages envelope icon > clicked on green New Messages button at the top > opens the attached “New Message” image, which shows the “Add user” entry.
New Topic: Clicked on Community at the top left of Wyze home page > Clicked on New Topic green button on the right > opens the attached “New Topic” image, with the “Create a new Topic” link at the top. From here on I can’t seem to reproduce what I thought I had seen with the “Add a user” for a new topic. When you click on “Create a new Topic” it shows “Create a new personal message”. Maybe that’s what I did to get the “Add a user” entry box.
But now this brings up a new question: What’s the difference between a Topic and a Message. Why is the site asking me to create a “personal message” when I’m in the process of creating a Topic? How do you create a new Topic, if the topic link sends you to new personal message?
Anyway, what I said in my first post about “Website Issues” stands: all this is can be streamlined. In my experience when a user interface gets too nuanced with over-categorization, things get confusing (topics, messages, support requests).