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Are you still following all of your questions and answers?

Asked by 2late2be (2286points) April 20th, 2009 from iPhone

I’m not.

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Likeradar's avatar

Nope, only the ones that remain interesting.

YARNLADY's avatar

No, I have clicked Stop following on some that seem to be just chat lines between fluthers, rather than new answers.

AstroChuck's avatar

I follow all of my questions but not all the threads I’ve answered.

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

No. Every question has a finite lifespan. It would not be possible for someone with a job to keep up with it all unless their job was participating on Fluther.

Bluefreedom's avatar

Unfortunately not. There are just too many to keep up with in both categories.

asmonet's avatar

Almost all of them.
I go in cycles of cutting them down, right now my new activity is at 143, it gets there in about a day or so, it’s about damn time for some cleaning up again.

hug_of_war's avatar

I only stop following when it gets too chatty, between a few members and no new opinions on the question.

NaturalMineralWater's avatar

No.. If I don’t receive some kind of correspondence or the conversation is lacking I move right along.

squirbel's avatar

I follow my questions, except the ones that have received a definite answer; and I click stop following at the end of the day on anything I answered.

casheroo's avatar

I’ve only had to stop following one question. Usually any to do with wis.dm were ones i wanted to stop following once the whining from multiple people started.

Darwin's avatar

So far, yes. I haven’t clicked “stop following” on anything yet. But there is always a first time.

wundayatta's avatar

No. I’ve cleaned out any number of questions, including my own.

mattbrowne's avatar

Yes, all my questions. I never use the stop following feature. Answers are different. Eventually depending on the nature of the follow-up conversation, I use the feature.

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