I'm new to Hubski and I am just trying to learn my way around.
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The feed includes the tags, people, and domains you follow, plus posts that have been badged. The chatter shows comments. Global shows all new posts unfiltered.
Do you find Chatter very useful? It seems like a strange hodgepodge of unrelated and disembodied conversation fragments.
I find it useful to keep track of where conversation is happening.
Is there any way to turn off badged posts on my feed?edit: I wasn't looking hard enough sorry! It's in "settings -> follow badged content" for anyone else who was wondering the same thing.
edit: I wasn't looking hard enough sorry! It's in "settings -> follow badged content" for anyone else who was wondering the same thing.
plus posts that have been badged. Oh! That explains it! I was so confused, because they said there was no default content, yet here were a bunch of links and tags on my feed...
Oh! That explains it! I was so confused, because they said there was no default content, yet here were a bunch of links and tags on my feed...
Also, check out the primer page I bet it will help you figure some stuff out. Welcome!