Hero
  • Hero
The ability to unsubscribe from a question should be made available as an option.
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Hero
  • Hero
There are times when I make good contributions to a post and the contributions I make, I do not want to delete as it is for the benefit of the student. As I understand it, if users want to unsubscribe from a question, they have to delete all of their responses. That would probably work great in maybe OpenStudy Feedback or Music Forum, but in the mathematics section, it doesn't work so great for me. If I make a valuable contribution to a post, I definitely would not want to delete something that would be of use to students. Nevertheless after I have made my post, other users may want to continue the discussion even though I have moved on to the next question. In this case, I often get annoying, irritating, and often distracting notifications that I do not wish to see. I believe a good solution to this problem is to develop an "Unsubscribe from this question button". Thoughts Comments Suggestions Criticisms are welcome.
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