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What does the little circle next to posts, comments, and questions do?

Posted on September 13, 2018

When you select the small circle with the white ‘V’ to the right of posts, comments, questions, or answers, a series of options to take on that content will display.


On another member’s posts you can:


Add to Team: Add the member who wrote the content to your Team. You can then keep track of their posts in your Team Activity Feed.


Add to Favorites: This will add a post or question to your My Favorites section. This allows you to keep track of posts you want to follow or save.

Report Content or Spam: If you find a post is not in the spirit of our Community Guidelines, you can flag the post and our community management team will review and take appropriate actions. This report is completely anonymous.


Block User From My Page: If there is a user you would like to block from viewing your content, and from you viewing theirs, select block user from my page and you will no longer see their content.


On your own posts you can:


Unfollow: If you commented on a post, or if you're following your post or question, you can select unfollow to stop receiving emails or notifications about that content.


Add to Favorites: This will add a post or question to your My Favorites section. This allows you to keep track of posts you want to follow or save.


Edit Post: If you make a typo or want to add something to your post, select edit post to make changes. Select Save when you are done and your edited post will be visible to the community.


Delete Post: Select this button if you no longer wish to have the post on the site. This action cannot be undone.


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