Hubtivity is great, but, sometimes it gets clogged with too much activity on a hub or thread that you commented on once but have since lost interest in. What would be great would be a 'stop following' option beside each item.
I did request something similar before, and the best HP was able to came up with was the automatic shut-off if you don't comment on the hub in question for a couple of weeks. I believe it is still in effect.
That said, I second the motion, cause current solution sorta does the job, but definitely could be done better, resources permitted
I rarely look at it, but when I do it is fun to see someone has joined a 100 tag word fan clubs.
by Ben Guinter6 years ago
In my years on this site I have seen so many people randomly follow me in hopes that I follow them back. And then as soon as I do, if the topics they write on interest me, they delete me from the hubbers they're...
by Rastamermaid17 months ago
Have you ever stop following a hubber,what made you stop?
by mcbel5 years ago
I have some experience with this. I find blocking people to be no fun. The guys never stop following, but I have noticed a decline in the girl followers. Must be saying some offensive stuff I guess. I'd like to make a...
by John Hansen10 months ago
I know we can "stop following hubs" by clicking that option on the email notification etc. but what about hubs that we don't get email notifications for. In my notifications on site "Top 20 Female Singers...
by Shawn May Scott5 years ago
I am still new to Hubpages and have been enjoying a rather successful start. Thank you to those who have voted my articles up and those few of you who have begun to follow me. But I have noticed one thing of late and...
by Goody56 years ago
I noticed recently after I followed someone in error, that I couldn't stop following them. Is this a new feature that when we follow another hubber, it's for ever now? Because this function is not working!
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