Why are new followers coming in the form of an email instead of being listed under the follow section like they use to be? I don't have a problem with it but suddenly things changed and I wonder why? Thanks for your help.
It sounds like your email settings may have changed. Simply go into My Profile / Edit Profile, then disable the email alerts. New followers should still appear in your Hubtivity.
thats right.you just have to disable your email alerts.
Thanks to all for all the advice and I am disabling my email.
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