Can someone tell me why all my hubs whether score is over 75 or under have down by the comment capsule (UNFOLLOW 1,2 3, AND SO ON)Can someone explain it for me? Thank you.
When the changes were made, HP made a change, where as each person is now following each of their own hubs.
If it says "unfollow", that means you are following your own hub.
If you go into "my account", then under profile, then email settings, you will notice that things have changed.
The old style before the change, was a simple email setting about receiving emails about comments on your hubs and that is not how it is any longer.
However, I have learned that you can click on each "unfollow" and stop following your hub, but do not make the change in your "profile" settings and you will still receive emails whenever people leave comments on your hubs.
But, if you change the setting under "profile"- "email settings", then I am unsure if you will be emailed about comments on your hubs. I found this change to be ridiculous.
Cags, thanks so much for your answer. I will go into my account and look around. While I am here, how have you been Cags. Hope all is well with you and thanks again for answering my question
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