So would you say the mod tools have been fairly effective for you? Just curious. I've not had to use them save a couple times a few years ago to block some Ron Paul spammers, and they did the trick. The tools have gotten much more robust since then.
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They're not perfect but they're ok. They keep my feeds from being hostile to my existence for the most part.They've improved in the short time I've been on Hubski, including fixes for a few issues I pointed out.
They've improved in the short time I've been on Hubski, including fixes for a few issues I pointed out.