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Why, do you think, are notifications sent for "following" but not for "un-following"?


All the social networks, Facebook, Twitter etc. and even HubPages for that matter, will notify you if someone follows you. You might or might not follow back according to the content. And the follower might unfollow you because you didn't follow them in turn, or because s/he had a change of mind. But no notification is sent for that. Why do you think is that? And do you think thats okay, or should notifications be sent?

 

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    Anusha Jain (anusha15) 4 years ago

    Yeah, difficult to accept constructive criticism. :) And frankly, how many can effectively criticize constructively?? I agree, that might be one reason why sites want to give you a high with an increasing audience but avoid giving "a (b)low" ;)

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    Anusha Jain (anusha15) 4 years ago

    I don't quite agree with it, but it's an interesting perspective :)

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