I think I subscribed to the religious thread
I thought I'd get hubs that talked about religion objectively.. Instead I get a lot of thread starters of people who, well-are very one sided. I always feel like I have to jump in.
I don't want to anymore, though.
How do I unsubscribe to these threads? I'm still sort of new to hubpages
thanks in advance
Go to your account and click on the "following" tab at the top of the page. It will take you to a list of subjects you are following. Than just click unfollow on the ones you do not wish to follow anymore. By the way, welcome to hubpages!
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