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# Follow?!

I made this note because I saw that every time I solved a problem, it would look like it is in the picture (encircled in red). Is this Brilliant's response to the suggestions made by many members on the 'Discover more people to follow' page?

If this is the case, let me just say that this idea is fabulous! All I am worried of is will my name appear in somebody else's feed!

P.S. Have the developers made a setting that only selected members will be shown?

Note by Ameya Salankar
3 years, 6 months ago

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I think it is a new feature by which the Brilliant team wants to increase the numbers of followers. Also, it is not for selected members, but the creators of similar problems.

- 3 years, 6 months ago

Hmmmm$$\dots\dots$$ You are right.

- 3 years, 6 months ago