Hi. A while ago, I disabled the notification of hubs published because I was offline for a long time and my mail box was stuffed w/notifications I could not follow...so I turned off my alerts ..now, I want to turn it back on but can't figure out how..so that I know when my friends publish and they know when I do...thanks
You receiving notifications or not is controlled in the email settings section found in the profile area in your account controls/settings.
And your followers control their own notification settings, not you. You just have to create hubs, the system will automatically notify followers who wish to be alerted.
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