At the bottom of my Feed page, is a button that will show me more stories if I wish to. When I do so, the view shifts to the middle of the page. I have to scroll up to the top, to see if there's new stuff I didn't see previously (there is). It would be better to have it automatically shift to the top of the page.
Also, if I click on one of the hubs..read it, and come back to the feed, it's back to hiding those hubs I revealed moments ago. I have to click on the thing all over again.
It would be better to open a new tab from the feed page, leaving the feed page the way it is. Can do?
by Christy Kirwan2 weeks ago
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by Liz Elias2 years ago
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by Fayme Zelena Harper10 years ago
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