While doing some editing on my profile I came across "Others You Might Like" Blacklist. What is that?
If there's a Hubber you really, really hate; you can put their profile link there and this will assure that their profile link never shows on your profile page. So far, my list remains blank.
"Others You Might Like" is the section that shows under your Hub, listing Hubs on the same topic by other people.
If you notice Hubs in that section which you don't want displayed, check the Hubber's name and enter that in the blacklist. Their Hubs will no longer be displayed.
Can you point to some documentation on that? I just went and tried that and it doesn't appear to work.
I can't find any instructions, I just found out by trial and error.
Nope! If you put the user url in there, it is rejected. All you need is the profile name. I know because I have done it already.
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