Wher do we press¨Follow¨these days?
How do we ´follow´ someone new now?????
There used to be a section in the box with read more by so and so. etc.????
Top right in green. It automatically will give you a popup for making a fan comment and select a kudo.
Yeh. I noticed that it is more difficult to recognize than it was before. You have to really look for it now.
People might find it interesting to know that Facebook and Youtube seem to be adopting "follow" = subscribe as their new tactic. Of course they are following what twitter has always been doing
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