What are the follow topic settings on Hubpages?
When I follow a topic on Hubpages (for example "Literature") , I will get content about Literature in my feed. I will also get content about subcategories in my feed (For example "American Literature"). For me that means that I am followin the subcategory "American Literature" also. However. When I am on the page of American Literature, I get the button "Follow" rather than "Unfollow".
How does this work? Perhaps there are different default norification settings for sublevel topics..?
I believe when you select a general topic, all of those will go in including sub topic. When you select sub topic, you are just selecting that topic and nothing more
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which topic basically you follow ? Do u have any interesting topic on vacations
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