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Why their is not a follow option?

I mean some people always share nice deals and I want to follow them so I dont miss any deals.

WindowShopper
a year ago
What do you think of this?
PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca year ago

That was an option before.

Better tag Kelsey

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WindowShopper
WindowShopper
Original Poster
a year ago

Ok, thanks a lot for being helpful. If I write his name he will tagged or I need @ with username? Sorry, I am not sure how does it work.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarca year ago

I've tagged him, so he'll get back to you on this thread.

This feature is one that a lot have asked before. WindowShopper

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WindowShopper
WindowShopper
Original Poster
a year ago

Doesnt matter what I write he is not appearing πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ dont know why is that

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WindowShopper
WindowShopper
Original Poster
a year ago

Rockman thanks

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChreesa year ago

I'm sure this came up recently and they did they were going to look into introducing it?

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJamesa year ago

It would be good if we had a newsfeed like on fb for people we could follow wouldnt it. Like a main homepage with all the deals and then another page or option to filter deals by people we choose to follow. It can be quite tiring scrolling through all the deals to find the ones your interested in and all the ones on the first few pages that people have just liked to get points. Hopefully if they change the point system that might get a bit better.

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JoTarpley
JoTarpleya year ago

😱No! I think that would be a rather unfair on members Kirstey, just following the people you choose and sod everybody else and the effort they put in, hopefully that won't happen!! I'm sorry to put you about by making you scroll through a few pages of deals, there's not exactly that many you poor thing jeeeezzz πŸ™„

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJamesa year ago

JoTarpley i didnt say sod everyone else and the effort the put in though did i. I said 1 main page for all of the deals like it is (hopefully by implementing the no points for likes the first few pages will be the better deals) and another option for those you follow so you can look through both. A lot of members post deals of similar hobbies, brands etc that i would be interested in so would be great to be able to follow them. Not being funny but poor me just spent a good few minutes scrolling back though your posts and i wouldnt be interested in one thing. Im sure you would feel the same if you looked at mine. Another feed would give the option for me to filter that stuff out 🀣

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davidstockport
davidstockporta year ago

Perhaps it's a bit "bothersome" but if you want to see the latest deals from specific people whose deals you like this is how you can do it:

Keep a list of their names (exact spelling is essential):

You can easily get to their latest deals by clicking on your own profile picture, then your name underneath it, then replace your name with theirs in the address bar.

Here's a demonstration: after clicking on my own Profile picture then my name: (my address bar) https://www.latestdeals.co.uk/@davidstockport

Replace own name with theirs in address bar so it becomes https://www.latestdeals.co.uk/@windowshopper

That will take you directly to their latest deals.

It is much less complicated than it might sound, it literally takes seconds.

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davidstockport
davidstockporta year ago

There is perhaps a slightly simpler way - that is as you're already on Latest Deals You go to your address bar and replace everything AFTER latestdeals.co/ with @theirname

It's important that you don't delete the / and add an @ before their name.

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