When selecting a list of topics to follow I clicked on what is apparently the wrong topic, because now I am getting feeds about sensation law cases. Is there any way I can "un-follow" something?
Go to "my account" then "activity" and find the list of things you follow. You can un-follow anything you are presently following.
by Natalie Frank 29 hours ago
A quick questions - I struggle with making articles that are specific to a season something that can either apply year round or at least can be altered during other times of the year. Since we can't change the topic area once we publish it, is it better to select one that is more general or...
by Madison 7 years ago
I can't seem to follow hubbers, I click on the follow tab but nothing. Any advice, tips?
by Pamela N Red 7 years ago
I clicked on the follow box to unfollow but I'm still getting this guy's articles and comments in my feed. He posts like four times a day and my feed is full of his stuff. I can't see hardly anything else.
by Greg Sage 7 years ago
I showed my GF something I wrote on her ipad, and before I realized what she was doing, she clicked on one of the ads to check it out. We're on the same wireless home router, so it's the same IP address.Is this a problem? Should I do something?
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
Just above the comments box, there is a relatively new feature, labeled "unfollow" with a number in the box. What is that? Is it telling me how many people have stopped following? If so, why does it matter if someone is not following a particular hub?Going back from the...
by mio cid 6 years ago
where did the share go where you clicked to go to tw,fb,stumbleupon etc go?
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