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mk  ·  1554 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Adjusting the mechanism of the hubwheel to match the growth of Hubski

Clicking a hubwheel on a post puts it in the feeds of your followers. Clicking a hubwheel on a comment puts it in the chatter of your followers.

The hubwheel also influences the sort on a page. More circledots raises the post or comment.

Typically people use it as an appreciation of quality, since low-quality indications of agreement aren't much appreciated by one's followers. Not to say it doesn't happen, but that's the tendency.





jadedog  ·  1554 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Thanks for the explanation.

When I first joined, I wasn't following anyone, but when I clicked on my feed, there were some posts. After I started following a few people, it didn't seem like my feed changed any. Is there a default amount of posts that go to people's feeds?

If I go to global view, do I see everyone's posts, even the people who might have me on block or mute (theoretically)?

I'm trying to figure out how to see the most posts that I might be interested in from the most current to the least.