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Deletions -Tidying Up
How to I delete "My Friends' Activities" postings? My home page is very crowded.
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You cannot remove your friend's activities. You can remove all your friends if you want (by deleting them), but if they are your friends, their activity is displayed on your logged in home page.
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757137 tn?1347200053
I have already deleted all my friends, preferring to keep in touch by notes and messages. But I can't seem to remove the notes from previous friends. How do I do that?
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Notes can be deleted by clicking the “See All” link in the notes application and clicking the “Delete” link.
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757137 tn?1347200053
There is no delete link, at least not for Friends' Activities.
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Sorry I didn't see this sooner.

I'll ask for clarification; deleting notes should be possible. I think the friend's activities will have to roll off as new activities get posted. And since you've removed all your friends, then what you have may be what you wind up with.
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707563 tn?1455827280
Hi there -

Steve is right.  If it's bothering you to see it there, how about using your Profile, and not your My MedHelp page.

Sorry,
Emily
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