When I look through my 'Hubtivity', there's all kinds of recent forum posts, hub comments, and answers that I had previously posted something in. Some of these I'm no longer interested in, or the comment I made was just in passing.
Is there a way of 'unfollowing' or no longer receiving Hubtivity notices on these particular topics? If only just to save me some time rooting through 2 or 3 pages of Hubtivity. Thanks.
Have you tried using the Feed located on the toolbar near the top of your screen? That is customizable, and a very fast way of scrolling though hubtivity.
You can edit who you choose to follow, however it's not specific to certain people. It's more general, like you can follow all your fans or none.
Editing is in the feed section.
I don't think so, unless you go back to your post within a few hours and delete it. that's one reason I contemplate whether I really want to post to certain threads.
No - I've done that (not for that reason though), and the post still appears (remains) on my Hubtivity.
really? I usually don't check my hubtivity except in the morning.
Try it. And when I click on the link, to the post that has been deleted, the computer kind of goes mad ... it keeps going back and forth to the non-existent post. Maybe that's just my computer though ...
If you only write in the Sandpit, you won't have any Hubtivity
you just answered a question for me, so you don't have hubtivity in the sandpit, i am jumping out..
Sometimes I like to go back to a post I wrote in the Sandpit, but have to get back to it the long way around because it's not listed under my Hubtivity.
If you go to the main Sandpit listings page (or any of the forum listings), at the top are 3 buttons marked 'all', 'your', and 'unanswered'. If you click on 'your', you'll see only the threads you posted something in.
If you want to go the last page of several thousand posts, you can either click on the name of the most recent hubber that posted a reply, or click on the title, then go to the bottom of the first page and click the highest number there.
There ya go camlo...I just saved you some time.
I really want to unfollow Timorous, he's so distant now. That's it, I'm going upstairs, those obnoxious twirly ones too, and in my heels!
Unfollower! That's what you are, so me too, see you in 10 at the top : ? Follow me there?
Aww...please don't unfollow me Kim
Besides,this isn't about fans or following hubbers, it's about reducing thread clutter.
You know I'm only an email away...all you need to do is look, my dear.
See you at the top of the stairs [take your shoes off first]
I read your hubtivity all the time, I stalk you, what else could I be doing? geez.
My online flirtation here on the hubs would have been innocent enough, just hide it. (why else would you want to delete something?)
And I thought there was something different about you.... but when I looked at you closer from the other side of the world.. I saw that it was hidden in your hubtivity
Sheeesssh.. You Big Stars are all the same..
Now that you're in the Bright Lights.. you want to Delete your Past!
You can tell which ones have been through it by how well they know how to delete the comments. (sinners) lol
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