Hubtivity is great, but, sometimes it gets clogged with too much activity on a hub or thread that you commented on once but have since lost interest in. What would be great would be a 'stop following' option beside each item.
I did request something similar before, and the best HP was able to came up with was the automatic shut-off if you don't comment on the hub in question for a couple of weeks. I believe it is still in effect.
That said, I second the motion, cause current solution sorta does the job, but definitely could be done better, resources permitted
I rarely look at it, but when I do it is fun to see someone has joined a 100 tag word fan clubs.
by Rastamermaid5 months ago
Have you ever stop following a hubber,what made you stop?
by Ashish Joshi4 years ago
I had no choice but to start a new thread about the same suggestion as the previous thread was closed for anymore comments before I could post my feedback upon the latest profile layout.It appears nice and quite...
by mcbel4 years ago
I have some experience with this. I find blocking people to be no fun. The guys never stop following, but I have noticed a decline in the girl followers. Must be saying some offensive stuff I guess. I'd like to make a...
by Ben Guinter5 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're...
by Misha8 years ago
Pretty much like one would have it on a blog - with the difference that I am talking about hubtivity here.I had posted a single comment to one of the hubs a while ago. I am not too interested in the topic, just wanted...
by Rochelle Frank6 years ago
A new fan who has a hubber score of 2, no profile, no hubs, no comments. I'm looking forward to a lot of good stuff!!
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