I recently wanted to look at the topics I am following and it shows which ones I may in the "my account" section. It only allows me to edit them. (the only option is to remove them) Is there a way I can view those topics i'm following by a click of a button somewhere in my profile or something?
Click on "my account", then click on "activity". It should bring you right to a list on the left side which you can check through.
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