Is there any way to follow an article without commenting on them?
Hubbers here have amazing articles to learn, share and follow, but one can't put fake comments (I don't like doing that he he) Sometimes you need the article to regain knowledge or to share for reference. It becomes difficult to dig or remember the title, content etc.
You do not have to make a comment to be able to follow someone and their articles. You just click on the follow in their profile and you should receive notifications when someone comments on their article or when they publish more articles. Hope this helps.
That's what the matter is, I am talking about one single article, the profile has many, so need to dig and find. Sometimes you don't even remember whose the article was of. So that's why I asked. Commenting on a particular article comes In the 'following' section. Otherwise you need to go to the profile and dig.
How about keeping a bookmark folder for hubs in your browser? I do understand though - I use Evernote to save articles, not just hubs, I want to reference again.
It seems like there used to be a follow button you could push, but it looks like that's gone. How about creating a Pinterest board for keeping track of articles? That would be easy and handy. You can make the board private if you want to.
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