I miss the "recent posts and activity." I liked being able to see at a glance if there was activity without having to click on my Watchlist. I don't care about my "recent question" which I asked 6mos ago and is on my watch list automatically the minute I post it anyway.
AnnieBrooke and Ginger...you guys can't fully appreciate how great it was before because you never saw it.
You have to go back to either using your Watchlist OR Home page...you can't have both anymore. I wonder how this is better? Someone MUST have thought it was better, but I would love to know in what way?
Oh, and no more "drop down boxes" for your communities you are a part of to show you the 3 most recent posts. No "personal" recent activity shown for your own last post Or the recent activity on the communities on your watch list. These 3 great features of the Home page have been eliminated.
MH Mgmt loves it though, huh? LOL...I'll try to drop this, I just don't see how this is better at all and I'm really bummed out :(
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