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.
Hey Pamela, if you are already following them, then click on "my account", then click on "activity", then go to those who you follow and remove them that way.
Cags beat me to it.
Thanks, Cagsil. I'll try that. I went to his profile page and clicked "unfollow" but that did no good. I miss a lot of friend's articles because my feed is clogged with this same guy's stuff all day.
Also, it's possible that his Hubs show up in your feed because of a topic you are following. See if you can use the filter tab on your feed, or change the topics you are following - just to test whether this will help.
I would love to have an option to follow a topic "except for Hubs by X or Y or Z." I doubt that it is practical, though.
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