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    It seems I'm subscribed to EVERYTHING. Can I geterate a list or see a list of my subscriptions? I am getting a notification ANY time ANY body posts to ANY list and would like to reduce these.

    #2
    Steve,

    Go here https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/se.../notifications and uncheck Automatic Subscriptions and turn email notifications off.

    I never subscribe to threads, so I don't know if that page shows subscribed threads if you have them or not

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    • steve weston
      steve weston commented
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      Automatic subscriptions is NOT checked. I guess I'm just screwed.

    • rickgregory
      rickgregory commented
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      You might just want to reset everything (there's a reset button) or turn it on, save changes, then turn it off. Just in case the system somehow is actually set to On even though the UI is showing Off.

    • bbqLuv
      bbqLuv commented
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      steve weston not screwed, geterated maybe?

    #3
    Then click on a channel and see up top or below, if it is asking you to +FOLLOW (green button). If it ain't asking, you following.

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    • steve weston
      steve weston commented
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      It seems I'm not "following" the channels from which I'm receiving notifications. How can I turn these off?

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    raywjohnson

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      steve weston

      What do the notices consist of? Popup message?

      You are subscribed (following) two channels. That means any post in any topic in those two channels will generate a notice.

      Go to your profile and click on "Following" on the left to see your subscribes list.

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        I am not following this thread.

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