I'm sure this must have been suggested before..
If I post a comment at a hub or answer a question in Questions or post in a forum, in most cases I am interested in any other activity that takes place there. Presently I have to go hunting - I'd love to have the ability to subscribe to things if interest or just have a place to find all my recent activity.
You can customize what you stay updated on.
If I could filter the feed by 'stuff I posted to", yes, that would be great, but it does not seem to.
And no, Hubtivity us great, but it doesn't really help with this. Yes, it's all there, but mixed in with too much other stuff.
by Rochelle Frank7 years ago
Can't connect to Hubtivity this morning. Is it just me?
by timorous6 years ago
When I look through my 'Hubtivity', there's all kinds of recent forum posts, hub comments, and answers that I had previously posted something in. Some of these I'm no longer interested in, or the comment I made...
by Susan Reid5 years ago
When I get a notification that someone has posted new fan mail and I click on the link it goes to a list of my fan mail which appears to be in reverse chronological order.The new fan mail isn't even there! I have tried...
by Ben Guinter6 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're...
by Glen6 years ago
I think not!But check this out...InformationWeek reported Friday that Facebook has patented a method of "dynamically providing a news feed about users of a social network." The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office...
by Debra Allen7 years ago
Mine were showing up this morning and now they aren't showing up at all now.
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