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I see, I've never selected that button before. I would assume that if I posted in a group, that it was now 'my group, but I guess not!
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@Erinmfs I checked the discussion link and Colleen, the director and a moderator on Connect did move your post into that discussion. Here is the message she sent you to let you know the post was moved. They do combine things into existing discussions of similar issues because mentors and patients like to follow certain discussions and she wanted people to see your post who have interest in discussing the topic. https://connect.mayoclinic.org/comment/623277/
Hi Erin, we used to automatically make someone a member of a group if they posted to that group or were @mentioned in the group. But then people found they were getting unwanted notifications for groups they didn't purposefully "Follow".
If you would like the Bones, Joints & Muscles group to appear in your "My Groups" feed, please follow Bones, Joints & Muscles https://connect.mayoclinic.org/group/arthritis-and-joint-conditions-268850/
See your profile here https://connect.mayoclinic.org/member/00-dfd0c652e369a93d90092/groups-and-pages/#ch-tab-navigation to see the groups and blogs you currently follow.
I love that you are using the homepage as your main feed. That is what we intended with the new design.
– Improved Homepage: Your new Connect home base https://connect.mayoclinic.org/blog/about-connect/newsfeed-post/improved-homepage-your-new-connect-home-base/
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