I know we can "stop following hubs" by clicking that option on the email notification etc. but what about hubs that we don't get email notifications for. In my notifications on site "Top 20 Female Singers of All Time" is continually showing up. I did read this hub once and comment but no longer wish to be notified about it, however it never appears in my email notifications so I don't have an option to unfollow it. Any suggestions?
You should be able to unfollow on the hub itself, John. Go to the bottom of the comments section and see if you are given that option.
If you go here in your account
you'll see the list of all the hubs you're currently following and then you can unfollow the ones you don't like anymore. There's no way to sort it, unfortunately, but you can use "Ctrl +F" to find the title.
Thanks for that CG. I managed to delete a lot that I didn't realize I was still following.
But, you may not know whether you unfollowed all unwanted hubs or not until you get a notification or email. But, whenever you receive the notification even after a year or more, you can click the 'unfollow" button by opening the hub. It is always available there whenever you are signed in to HP.
Hark, John! I just realized that even after we unfollow hubs, notifications will be there always (not emails) if once you comment on a hub. So, you can't avoid notifications unless you opt out from notifications forever. I didn't find any option to opt out from notification for a particular hub after a certain period.
by John Coviello 7 months ago
I no longer get emails from a Hub's comments, but I get the notifications when I log into HubPages. Is there a way to stop following a Hub's comments through the site or do I have to reactivate email notifications and use an Unfollow link from the email? Thanks!
by sheilamyers 5 years ago
It seems that some people stop reading comments left at a hub after the hub author has responded to whatever comment they've left. This is only a guess because I've read some people's comments (other than the author's responses) and they've brought up something in addition to what was said in the...
by Imogen French 6 years ago
Why do followers stop following ?I have lost 3 followers this week for no apparent reason. I wonder what people's reasons are for unfollowing each other. Why follow in the first place? My suspicious mind tells me it is people who only followed me originally to try to increase their own flock of...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
Why can't I unfollow a forum from my email, just as I do with hubs?I love following forums, but after a while, if the thread is so long, it fills up my email so quickly. Each time I go to click unfollow the forum from the email, it takes me to a page that says "Error" contact the HubPages...
by Goody5 7 years ago
I noticed recently after I followed someone in error, that I couldn't stop following them. Is this a new feature that when we follow another hubber, it's for ever now? Because this function is not working!
by John Coviello 14 months ago
Anyone know how to stop the notifications from an article that I commented on years ago? I no longer see the unfollow button that allowed one to opt out of further notifications.
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