admin · Aug 12, 2011 at 09:04 am

How to Add an XDA Member to Your Ignore List

Are there a few members on XDA that you…just don’t want to hear from? Whose posts are perhaps a bit annoying, redundant, or just not contributive to the conversation at hand? We’ve just added a new feature to XDA that makes it easy to add someone to your ignore list. Adding someone to this list will hide (collapse) their posts across the site for you. To add someone, just click on their name within a thread, and click “Add to Ignore List”. You can then manage your ignore list from the User CP, should you decide to remove someone that you had previously added.


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