Just curious...Is there a way that I can stop followers from getting that "New Hubs from your favorite authors" email.
Not a big deal, but I want to test a new idea I had without risking others copying my idea. :-)
My suggestion would be to create a separate account.
Good idea, I would start a new user on the same account!
Your followers have the option to receive those notifications and only they can turn it off, as far as I know!
Start a new user on the same account? Is that a new feature?
Nope, it's been available since I've been here. I don't remember how to do it, check the tutorials.
Yeah, I'll hold off on that for now, lol. I think you have to create a new account with a different email for each user. That's always been my understanding. I thought maybe they'd made it a new feature or something, but I guess not.
Of course, I could be mistaken, but at this point it's not real relevant to me. Besides which I'd have to kick myself if I found out that the ability to have multiple users under the same account had always existed and I just missed it!
If they did make it a feature, I'd like them to include some way of rejoining already existing users under one account, but it doesn't really matter, I just sign in and out alot.
Thanks! This is a good idea and I hadn't thought about it.
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