I'm not sure if I'm being dumb or if things have changed while I was away. In "my account", there used to be a way of seeing various types of activity such as responses to forum posts and responses to comments made on hubs. I can't seem to find it anymore...
Hey is it the Hubtivity you are after? That has moved down to the bottom I think.
Go to "my account" (top of page) click on it.
In the accounts section it'll tell ya how many responses ya've gotten.
For recent or old hub responses go to "comments" top of page. Click on it...
If you have any comments there they will have the name of the hub the response relates to ..just click on the hub title and reply to responses....ok?
Thanks guys, but I mean finding a response by a hub owner to a comment I left on his hub. There used to be a link in "my account" where once you commented on a hub, you could see other comments made subsequently. In the same place, you could also see postings to forums in which you had posted and other bits and pieces like milestones achieved by people you follow.
Or am I going senile and imagining this was the case!
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