Is it possible to have a separate news-feed for forums?
I am so tired of seeing nasty arguments, accusations, sarcasm and just downright rudeness on the news-feed. My purpose for scrolling the notices is to find good hubs to read, not to be bombarded with negative statements and criticism. It seems to me that all this negativity and rudeness stems from forums about religion. What do the rest of you think about this?
I hardly ever see this on the feed. Perhaps if you filter your feed to only follow certain topics, you won't see all of the negativity from the religion forums. The only time I see something from the religion forum is if I have posted on one of the threads, which is rare.
Thanks for your answer, RebekahELLE. I will try the filter and see what happens.
When you are checking the feed, you can filter it to only show hubs.
Rebekah, I found the filter feed and edited for my preference to just Hubs. I never really paid attention to the filter before.
Thanks for pointing it out to me -- this is great !
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