When selecting a list of topics to follow I clicked on what is apparently the wrong topic, because now I am getting feeds about sensation law cases. Is there any way I can "un-follow" something?
Go to "my account" then "activity" and find the list of things you follow. You can un-follow anything you are presently following.
by Liz Elias5 years ago
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I clicked on the follow box to unfollow but I'm still getting this guy's articles and comments in my feed. He posts like four times a day and my feed is full of his stuff. I can't see hardly anything else.
by fishskinfreak20086 years ago
Web-site/URL: http://news.yahoo.com/s/huffpost/201001 … ost/428819He has fallen short on economic reform (banks will MOST LIKELY go back to doing business as usual once the financial crisis is over) and most...
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