When I try to click follow, it always changes to "unfollow." What's up with that?
That is the only thing I can say. When I try to follow someone and click the follow icon, it immediately changes to "unfollow." What am I doing wrong?
Hello Marsel, you are not doing anything wrong. The follow button changes to unfollow after enabling, so that you have the option to unfollow a hubber or a topic at a later time. If you see the unfollow button, that means you are already following that hubber or topic.
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