When we post a comment in the status feed we get an email telling us who replied but there is no link back to it. Sometimes the conversation gets lost in the feed due to activity so I was wondering if we could get a link back to the conversation when someone replies to the comment or joins the conversation.
What you can do is go to the feed and click on filters, Status updates, and you will find the post.
But yes, a link back would be nice.
Yes, I notice in my Daily Digest that there will also be a note that says "3 replies to your status update" but not links.
Thanks RebeccaElle for telling us how to find them without scrolling forever.
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