When I get notification that someone has become my newest Followers, if he/she has not put anything in Fan Mail I don't know who that person is.
If it were possible to organise the list in order of date, i.e., the newest follower at the top of the list, I could then immediately know who the latest person is.
It's a good feeling to realise others have tapped into my hub or comments. This surely is what communication is all about...sharing of understandings. Hence, it would be nice to know who is sharing.
I always get notification of a new follower by email even if they don't leave fan mail.
Bottom line, Jonny, is that you need to go into your SETTINGS, where we think you'll find some issues in Notifications. Something wrong there that we know you don't want. Just fix it.......
As Jodah said, I get those notifications, too. In the notification is a photo of the fan and the link to their profile if you want to follow them back. Are your settings such that you get email notifications like this, Johnny?
Jonny, you are saying that you get a notification that someone is following you. It means you are aware. So, when you are aware through some notification, you can easily click on the notification to see the details. Then you can land into his profile and review his details and view his hubs also. Fan mail is optional. One may send fan mail or not. It is upto to them. Not compulsory.
by Kristin Trapp 6 years ago
On our individual feeds next to our profile photo we can see if we have new comments to any of our hubs? Would it be possible to also receive notification here of any answers to our posted questions and Fan Mail awaiting approval.Currently next to the profile there are links for: - Comments - Your...
by chrisdildilio 5 years ago
There should be a tab for sent messages or sent fan mail. I cannot find this anywhere on the site. Thanks!
by Louise Lately 5 years ago
Hi there, I was just wondering whether there are any plans to highlight notifications of new followers? In order to find out who has recently followed me I have to go to 'my account', 'activity' and then select 'fan mail' to find out who my recent follower is and to approve/deny the fan mail. It...
by writinginalaska 8 years ago
how to i block or delete a follower on my hub page. i saw a thread that talked about fan mail. this person did not leave me fan mail, only chose to follow me and i want to block them or delete them from following me.
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
When I get a notification that someone has posted new fan mail and I click on the link it goes to a list of my fan mail which appears to be in reverse chronological order.The new fan mail isn't even there! I have tried looking on every page of my fan mail. The new fan mail isn't on the first page...
by mio cid 4 years ago
What happened to new followers?when you had a new follower you had to approve and got to meet the person now you don't even know when you have a new follower .what happened?
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