I've been trying to understand when it is best to use each of the three selections: Status, Question, Forum when clicking the FEED button. Can someone please explain how they use these options? Thanks.
People can input a status line like on Facebook, so if you click that that is all you see. If you click question you will only see questions. And if you choose forum you only see forum postings.
I've been on HP over three years, and it has never occurred to me to click that "feed" button. I just clicked it, and I don't really see any reason I'd click it again. I guess I just don't go looking for stuff that isn't already showing up wherever I happen to be. (Maybe another day I'll go figure out what a "status line" is. )
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