What does the "Unfollow" feature at the bottom of a hub mean? Sometimes there's a number beside it.
There is an unfollow feature at the bottom of our hubs. On mine some have a number next to it. Does it mean that someone has read the hub but doesn't like it or me?
It means that you don't want to get emails about comments on that hub. If you follow, then you get an email every time someone comments on that hub.
Unfollow means you are following that subject. The number beside it is how many people are following that specific subject. If you are currently following it, it will read unfollow and you are part of the number next to it. If you click on it when is says unfollow the number next to it will decrease by 1 and you will no longer be following that subject.
Ha! So I was reading just the opposite of its intent. Paranoid me. Thanks for the answers.
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