Hi all, newbie here. I started following several topics when I first signed up, and more recently, I've become a follower of other Hubbers because they are cool. I've since picked up a couple of followers. I can see them in my profile. I don't, however, see my topics or those I'm following there. How can I add them to my profile so that I can click on the respective icons and get the latest, which is exactly what I'm able to do with my followers? That would be extremely helpful.
Thanks in advance!
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