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Marina

Following Members (was Making Friends)

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In the old forum version, you could become "friends" with other members. This is no longer the case... Now, you instead "follow" someone. Previous "friends" have now become "followers". You no longer "approve" a follower first, like you used to do with "Friends".

 

What "following" someone does is to add the people you follow to your profile. You can see find their profiles from within your profile (just as you did when they were "friends"). You can also see a list of posts from everybody you follow by going to "All Activity" in the top main menu and choosing "Members I Follow" from the drop-down.

 

If you follow someone, there's an option in Notification Settings to be notified of everything they post. You may wish to enable or disable this option: "Someone I am following makes a post".


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Marina

(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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