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In the past, I was able to sort the hubbers I follow by the date they last published. This feature seems to have disappeared unless I'm missing something. Can someone help with this? It's such a pain to scroll through every single hubber to find the new ones.
I was wondering if a feature like that was available. For now, I'm viewing the daily digest that arrives with a list of new followers since the previous digest. I'm glad you asked.
I think it was changed on purpose to discourage people from auto-reciprocating. They also used to send notifications when someone new followed you, but that was eliminated too, for the same reason I assume. When I see that my follower number has increased, I have no idea who it is. Oh well.
I still get notifications when someone new has followed me.
If you are not longer recieving notifications, maybe you should try contacting the staff at HP and see if there has been some sort of change to your account.
Oops, I meant a notification in my activity feed. It used to say XYZ is now following you when someone followed me, now I never see it. Do you still see it in yours? The email notifications I've had disabled since a few days after I joined HP, so I never see those.
No, I never see it in the feed, only the email. Sometimes the feed contains TOO MUCH information--I follow Newbies from time to time and sometimes my feed is full of hubs shared by them.
In general, I like the feed and go through it every day to see what new articles have been published and what interesting forum conversations are going on.
by Heidi Thorne4 years ago
When I published my hub "How to Manage Email in Less Than 30 Minutes a Day," a couple of the commenters asked for suggestions on how to sort HP notifications and feeds. The reason they asked is because when...
by simeonvisser7 years ago
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by Ben Guinter7 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 Ari Lamstein6 years ago
We recently made an improvement to how Notifications about new Hubs by Hubbers your follow work. Previously users could select to receive instant notifications or a digest.Now you can receive both instant...
by myownworld8 years ago
Everyday when I open my email, there are at least 15 new notifications for hubs published by people I'm a fan of. I want to do justice to their hubs by reading and commenting, but all this takes time. And there...
by Rajan Singh Jolly6 years ago
Why seasoned hubbers follow hubbers who have not even published a single hub the followed hubbers are totally inactive on hubpages?
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