Is there any way to ignore someone on the forums? I mean, sure I can just literally ignore them, but if I just don't want to see their posts, comments, etc. is there any way I can block them from my display?
When there's one of those people you'd like to ignore the good thing is that their avatar becomes SO familiar it just stands out and "warns you" to skip on by. I'm fine with the present "system" of just skipping over whatever they post. I'm sure there are people who skip past mine as well.
by Isabella Snow9 years ago
I don't know about anyone else, but I'm sick of him changing the topic, I'm sick of his soapbox, I'm sick of him taking threads over with his inane babbling, I'm sick of his 1000 word posts, sick of him quoting 500...
by Tessa Schlesinger5 days ago
Yup, there are trolls on hubpage forums. The goal of a troll is to make the 'victim' lose his/her cool. Then the troll is won. According to a recent study, trolls really are nasty people. They want to humiliate,...
by John Hollywood3 months ago
As an out gay man, I'd like to address a topic that I've noticed in recent months that's extremely disturbing. Specifically, I'm talking about forum posts that are nothing more than homophobic sentiments, disguised in...
by Dan Harmon5 years ago
Well, I got my first nasty comment today; the question is how to respond. The comment is on a hub about personal integrity and morality standards going down hill.Comment:wilderness probably got beat up as a child...
by Kiz9 years ago
Can we have one on the forums here? I'd absolutely love to have the ignore option so I wouldn't have to slog through the posts of a few individuals.
by Debra Allen7 years ago
In the thread that I posted about a certain person that threatened me and got no retribution, but my thread was taken down, Miss Maddie Ruud posted this last response before she shut it down:"This entire thread is...
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