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Jemurray3

Suggestion: A way to remove oneself from the list of people who are notified when a question gets a new response. A couple of users in the Mathematics group are driving me up a wall.

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  1. pratu043
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    but I feel that's very useful.

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  2. Jemurray3
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    I think you misunderstand.... I'm talking about a button that removes you from the list if the thread starts being spammed

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  3. TranceNova
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    Hi Guys, if a thread is being spammed feel free to report abuse - though can't do much about questions that just have a lot of activity (as opposed to irrelevant/spam content).

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  4. Tomas.A
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    it was already suggested and mods said something will be done

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  5. shadowfiend
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    Yeah we want to implement something where you only ever get one notification until you visit the question or view your notifications again.

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