anonymous
  • anonymous
The new "condensed" notifications don't seem to be working right. I cannot tell when someone replies to a thread once I've received one notification on that thread. Also it would be nice to 'unsubscribe' from a thread if you no longer wish to receive notifications for it.
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shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Hm. What do you mean about not being able to tell when someone replies to a thread?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I mean that if I'm responding to 3 different questions, they seem to not order themselves by last thread updated, so if I get a notification, I have a hard time being able to tell which thread was most recently changed
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
We'll definitely look into this. Last I checked they do seem to be in proper order, but that may not be the case if you receive one while you're on the site. Thanks for letting us know, sorry it took so long to reply.

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