I'd like to filter out forum topics that I don't want to read. Is there anyway to currently do this or is it a possible new feature?
Some topics that generate a lot of 'noise' pervade the forums and detract from what is otherwise a potentially nice community.
You can customize the HubPages home page and just see the new posts from forums you choose.
I meant from the /forum link really, but thanks for the tip.
I'm with you, Ray. The filtering on the home page is better than nothing but I'd still like to be able to filter on the forums page.
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