I like the new home page/feed.
One problem: when the followers are in their following mode they clutter the page and I don't see the relevance in informing other Hubbers who they are following.
Scenario: XXXX123 is now following 12345
XXXX123 is now following 23456
XXXX123 is now following 34567
XXXX123 is now following 45678......and so it goes.
I am ABCDE...why do I need to know who XXXX123 is following?
If there is a good reason that helps me the Hubber or HP by having this sequence of following shown then someone please let me know.
Assuming I'm understanding what you are trying to accomplish, here is what I did to get rid of the follower notices in the feed:
1] Click on "Filters" above the status bar
2] Click on "Edit" next to "Filter By Type"
3] Scroll down to "Followers"
4] Uncheck "of users you are following" and "of topics that you are following"
5] Scroll back up to "Filter By Type" and click "Save"
And that's it. You won't receive any notices of followers except for those that choose to follow you.
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