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November 15, 2012 11:26 AM
Until maybe the last week, I don't recall seeing in my newsfeed every new friend one of my friends makes or every time they reply to a message board thread. Is this new? I used to see these things if I went to their profile, but they weren't pushed to me. It's kind of a lot!

I went in and changed my settings so my friends wouldn't get these notifications about me, but it would be nice if we could shut them off for all our friends if we want also. I'm all for seeing diary completion messages, weight loss messages, exercise messages, but I don't need to know every time someone makes a new friend or replies to the "is the person above you hot" thread.
  17212315
November 15, 2012 1:32 PM
The only way to reduce them is on the "my home" page right below your daily summary box it says either
News Feed — All Updates View Summary
News Feed — Summary View All Updates

you may have been on Summary view before but through a miss click you activated all updates, just requires you to click on the later part of the sentence.
Would be nice to choose what feeds you do see whatever your newsfeed style is.
  3335912
November 15, 2012 1:37 PM
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The only way to reduce them is on the "my home" page right below your daily summary box it says either
News Feed — All Updates View Summary
News Feed — Summary View All Updates

you may have been on Summary view before but through a miss click you activated all updates, just requires you to click on the later part of the sentence.
Would be nice to choose what feeds you do see whatever your newsfeed style is.


THANK YOU! That was driving me nuts. I must have hit it and not realized it.
  17212315

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