I don't see a "follow" button anywhere, if I want to follow a person. How is it done? Thanks1
On the hubber's profile page, you should see a green tab that reads "follow." It's to the left of the avatar.
Welcome to HP!
Go to the hubber profile that you want to follow and click on the tab which says Follow.
Welcome to HP.. what a good time to start losing your 'brand new' status
I'm sure I lost mine at a party on New Years Eve also
Welcome to HP and be sure to check out the hub tutorials for further information, following button is on the hubber's profile page and you can check who you are following on your account page under activity. Hope this helps.
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