I'm sure this must have been suggested before..
If I post a comment at a hub or answer a question in Questions or post in a forum, in most cases I am interested in any other activity that takes place there. Presently I have to go hunting - I'd love to have the ability to subscribe to things if interest or just have a place to find all my recent activity.
You can customize what you stay updated on.
If I could filter the feed by 'stuff I posted to", yes, that would be great, but it does not seem to.
And no, Hubtivity us great, but it doesn't really help with this. Yes, it's all there, but mixed in with too much other stuff.
by Andrew Smith2 years ago
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by Audrey Hunt3 years ago
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by Ben Guinter7 years ago
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by Super Chef7 years ago
Would this be standard practice or should you only follow the hubbers that really interest you?
by Lippylisious6 years ago
I've got 7 followers, i feel like billy no mates. If anyone wants to befriend a hubpage loner just click on my hub and follow. Honestly i'm a good friend i'll befriend you back. (:
by Paul Maplesden2 years ago
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