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Guest DanC

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Guest DanC

Hi all,

 

Following feedback we have received on the Community about following content you are particularly interested in, from Monday we’ll be trialling a new feature called ‘Subscriptions’. You’ll be able to follow threads and topics that are off particular interest to you, and receive updates on any new content posted within these.

 

To subscribe to a topic or thread, please just select the subscribe option in the drop down menu for that topic:

 

 



 

Once you have subscribed to a topic or thread, you’ll see a new section at the top of the Community showing your selections:

 



 

To unsubscribe, please just go back to the topic or thread, and select unsubscribe from the drop down:

 

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You can also change you notification settings for these via My Settings > Subscriptions & Notifications > Notifications settings.

 

I'll update the announcement section on the homepage once this has gone Live on Monday. I hope you’ll find this feature useful, and please let me know any feedback you have below.

 

Many thanks,

Dan

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Guest ianc134

Hi Dan,

Just tried the subscription on a topic and it seemed good.  I went to subscribe to the Feedback section and only get "Subscribe to RSS Feed" but no "Subscribe".  From your text I thought I should be able to subscribe to a topic.

Best wishes.

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