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Best Answer Casimiro says
Great idea Casimiro. You're right, probably should just delete all and start fresh. I know when I was away for a month, that is what I had to do, as there was no way to catch up, but I know I missed great writing.
Keith Abt says
I did the same thing a few weeks ago Freddy and have seen significantly less emails. The one page summary 'notifications' email tells me any new hubs from my followers and that does the trick :)
Good idea, FatFreddysCat! I will certainly try that. I have also opted not to follow comments (unless I ask a question). I think that will cut down on all the emails.
ChristyWrites had a good point. The morning (promptly at 10:35 Eastern time) contains all of the notifications you need. The others are pretty much repeats.
That is a great idea, and I had forgotten about the notifications at the top.
I may have to do this as well. My email notifcations are getting to be quite numerous. I am grateful for the followers, updates, questions, comments, etc., but I cannot possibly keep up with each one. Would love to find a good solution. Thanks!
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Faith Reaper says
Faith, I feel overwhelmed also when I am away from home to work. I do have them on my iphone, but cannot full focus while at work. It is a feeling of not being a responsible hubber in the community that really concerns me.
So true teaches, as one wants to participate in the community, as that is a big part of it. I cannot do a thing while I am at work, even on break, as they block it so that one cannot comment, but yet I can approve a comment, but I cannot comment.
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