How can I stop getting hub e-mails when other people answer a question I previously answered?
I have answered a few questions but don't think its necessary I get an e-mail alert everytime someone else answers that questions. How do I stop hubpages from sending me these type of e-mails?
This is quite simple. When you answer a question, there is a check box at the bottom of the text box saying, 'follow this question'. Just uncheck it and you won't get any notifications of later replies to that question. By default this option is checked.
If you want to discontinue getting notifications to a question you already replied, just go to that question, and click the 'unfollow' option available there. This would serve the same purpose. Hope this helps.
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