When I click on a new forum activity in the hubtivity page, it brings me to the first page of that thread. If the thread already has 20, 30 pages, it takes so long to navigate to the last page to read the latest entries. Maybe the last page can have a link in the page links:
Pages: 1 2 3... go to most recent
Or something like that.
Oh, yeah. I automatically click on the topic title. I didn't even notice "this message" was clickable. Thanks, Jenny.
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