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I think we should have an option to unregister from a particular question ,for instance if I want no more notifications from a particular question there can be a button "unfollow " So that we dont get annoyed with a large number of notifications about that question .

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frequently asked question.... so many times this was requested.
@hartnn and what was the reply ?
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Yes, I need this one too BTW. (+1)
I agree with this. This would be a great idea.
I second this motion. @Preetha
Count me in as well..
Yeah.. i asked this too..
All my best users want it (-:
I think when a questions is closed that should happen right away, so there are no more following from that stand point.
+1 for an unfollow feature!
I'm on this to :P

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