Anyone know how to stop the notifications from an article that I commented on years ago? I no longer see the unfollow button that allowed one to opt out of further notifications.
I don't get email notifications, just notifications when I log into HubPages. It used to be easy to unfollow comments on an article, but they seemed to have removed that button as far as I can see.
Oh yes... I just looked at one of mine. No, I can't see a way of unsubbing. Maybe you could turn on email notifications temporarily and do it that way?
Go to your account page.
Click on Following.
Click on Articles You Follow.
You should find it there under the list of all of the articles you have commented on over the years. All you have to do is hit unfollow.
That's what I was thinking off and looked at your reply which is perfectly correct. I always log in to my "Following" threads by clicking the button "Articles you Follow" and the other one "Forums You Follow" to manage it clean and up-to-date.
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