I enjoy checking out the HP feed every day and seeing what is new on the site. However (and this is a big "however"), when a hub title piques my interest and I click on the title to read the hub, a major frustration occurs when I try to return to the same place in the feed.
Hitting the "back" button takes me back to the very top of the feed, not the place I was when I clicked on the title. If I've already gone through multiple screens by that time, it is extremely frustrating and slow to wade through the screens again and find my place. After this happens a few times, I'm reluctant to open any more hubs even if they look interesting.
Am I missing something? Is there an easy way to get back to exactly the same spot in the feed after leaving it to read a hub?
I think most feeds do operate this way. They're constantly receiving new posts. It's the same way on Facebook.
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