Is there a way to edit your hub preferences?
There is someone on my hubpage that follows like 20 people a day and I'm tired of seeing him following a bunch of people. I just want to read other people's articles and not see who is following who. Is there a way I can turn that off or hide it so I don't see that?
I usually unfollow anyone whom I think is here to follow every hubber but not read anyone's hubs. If you are not following him, you will not get any feeds from him.
by healthmunsta5 months ago
I am literally sick and tired of people who follow you, and then, when you follow them back, they promptly unfollow you. Really, people? What do you do when someone unfollows you shortly after you follow them? Do you...
by Don Bobbitt24 months ago
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by Carolee Samuda6 years ago
Several times I have mistakenly clicked the unfollow link or have clicked it thinking I was unfollowing the hub. The unfollow link unfollows the hubber, not the hub. So I was thinking that it be removed or adjusted to...
by sheilamyers4 years ago
It seems that some people stop reading comments left at a hub after the hub author has responded to whatever comment they've left. This is only a guess because I've read some people's comments (other than the author's...
by Tessa Schlesinger2 months ago
When one has made a comment on someone's hub, one is subsequently notified of all future comments. On hp, one could just say unfollow, but this option doesn't seem to be available on the niche sites.I don't want to do...
by Savio Koman5 years ago
Why does my hub automatically shows "Unfollow" as soon as I publish my hub? What does it mean?
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