When you unfollow someone, does Fan Mail you left them disappear?
I am wondering if you unfollow someone or if they unfollow you, does fan mail that was posted disappear?
Hi, no idea. It's a good question though, I'd like to know too.
If you want to can test it following and un-following me.
Holy cow, I'm on the second page of your followers list, I am NOT going to jeopardize that status! I better get to reading some more of your hubs, I feel like a lazy bum now Mr Elite.
Good question. Although I don't have a full answer, here's an experience of mine. Someone decided to follow me, and left a piece of fan mail. Sometime later, that person unfollowed, and then 're-followed' a few days later. The fan mail appeared again, exactly as it was before.
My conjecture is that un-following causes fan mail to go into a dormant, invisible state. Re-following causes the fan mail to bloom again, like flowers after a good rain in the desert.
Yes it does. Someone unfollowed me (boo-hoo!) and their comment disappeared from my fan mail. Hope this helps!
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