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Ske  ·  1833 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: PSA: Welcome to Hubski, Redditors.

It seems like this site is based around the following of various users. How would you find users you agree with, that have similar interests to you? On reddit, I'd just visit a subreddit, say, /r/MechanicalKeyboards. On Hubski, it seems like I'd have to hunt a bunch of mechboard enthusiasts down to get the latest news around the subject, and how?

And about the hubwheel next to a link or comment. Clicking that shares it with my followers, from what I've gathered. But are there any unwritten rules or guidelines as to when you'd click it? If you agree with someone? If you think their post/comment contributes? If you find it extremely well made? If you just like it? If you feel like your followers would enjoy it? Do you do it often? Not very often? How often? Oh, and how would a comment shared by someone I follow show up in my front page?

This seems like a very interesting site and I'd love it if people would educate me further on the matter.