The FAQ says to go to the topic main page and follow there with a button. I see no button. How do I follow a topic?
The topic you want to follow you go to that topic and above right the word you will see, even if you do not post you can click it and every time a post is made you will receive it until you unfollow it.
But, I do not find any Follow button on any topic page. I searched some topics just now, like Sports and Events- Team Sports- Cricket, Volley Ball, Foot Ball, etc. When you open a question or forum, then only the Follow buttons are there.
I am not interested in sports so that may be true there but on all forums and questions I find it.
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