Several times I have mistakenly clicked the unfollow link or have clicked it thinking I was unfollowing the hub. The unfollow link unfollows the hubber, not the hub. So I was thinking that it be removed or adjusted to unfollow the hub instead of the hubber.
The Unfollow button always links to the source of the notification.
When you receive a notification that a Hubber you are following has published a new Hub, the Unfollow link is associated with the Hubber.
When you receive a notification that there is a new Hub in a Topic you are following, the Unfollow link is associated with the Topic.
When you receive a notification that there is a new Comment on a Hub you are following, the link is associated with the Hub.
Ari, thank you for your response.
I am referring specifically to the unfollow links in the "Recent Notification" email. They seem always end up unfollowing the hubber.
There are times when we click the link thinking we are unfollowing a hub the, voila, it's the hubber we are unfollowing.
Strange, I was just looking at that today in my account wondering why i would be following only one hub. I was gonna click unfollow on each one but had no idea it would've deleted each Author and not just the hub . Glad I didn't now
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