At the bottom of the profile page is a spot where five fan mail messages display, if the person has gotten that many or more messages left by their fans.
I'd like if we had the ability to pick which specific five fan mail messages get displayed there instead of the current default, which is the five oldest, aka the first five messages.
I agree, I would like it if we were able to choose what fan mail to display.
It would be good for the profile owner to be able to sort according to oldest, newest and also personally select which ones they'd prefer.
I do know someone though that gets irate whenever suggestions about making changes to fans is brought up.
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