First, go to My MedHelp at the top right and then click on your Profile.
There should be a box on your Profile page titled "Communities". To the right of each Group (or Community forum) there should be a Leave button with an X in it. Click that and you will leave the Group associated with that Leave link, and your list of Groups should shrink.
I may be missing something however, since it looks like you have a "Join" button by each Group in your list. Have you recently left those groups?
Steve...the "join" button always shows up. If you notice, you won't see a "join" button on the Current Events or Improve MedHelp Suggestions Forums on ahearts list of communities because YOU are already a member of those. If you were viewing someones communities on their profile, it's like a shortcut, you just hit "join" then and there.
aheart...go to the community you want to leave and click on Stop Watching at the top of the forum...if it's your Shortcuts drop down box that you're talking about.
I've had that problem for quite some time. It's all in the alignments. I left a couple of groups but I can barely see my watch list even now. Even some of my pictures are not aligned right. I don't care for that My Medlhelp drop down.
I don't use my apps on the left for my watch list, it's the shortcuts list in the upper right. It unfolds and I usually have to readjust in order to see the bottom of the shortcuts, which is "watch list." When I had a couple more communities on the list I couldn't see the bottom at all.
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