Today we’ve put two beloved features online again: the feed and your friends. How does it work? You follow other photographers here and every photo they share is then shown in your feed. That’s it.
So if you are new to the site: just go to any home and you’ll see a “Follow”-button on the very top of each home. Once you are following another user – see a full list here – every new upload by them will show up in your feed. From there you can also instantly like photos as well.
So what has Friday got to do with it? If you are on Twitter you might know about #FollowFriday. On this day, people suggest interesting people to follow. So suggest somebody in the comments: my suggestion: my nice co-worker @pan_dre. Also, please let us know what other things you think should show up in the feed. Likes of the people you follow? Who they follow?
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