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hugo2 2 months ago in Product Features updated by 1400 3 weeks ago 13

What happened  comment lists they are not listed by the most current post?

Technical problem/bug

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Hi all,

We had sent your and many other users' feedback regarding the new page and based on that, our tech team has made changes in the layout again.

Could you please confirm if you are still facing issues?


Feel free to reach out in case further assistance is required.

Regards,
Shubham Shresth
Data QA Analyst, Seeking Alpha

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Totally agree - the new presentation of "People I Follow" (see https://seekingalpha.com/account/people/comments ) is not an improvement. The page I bookmarked was useful to get a quick read on comments from people that I know I want to read. Now it's larded up with the article name and it's not nearly as easy to read. And my own comments do not appear, which is irritating because I'm *always* interested in what I've posted (sarcasm). Likewise the new Profile settings do not display my own comments in reverse chronological order (newest first) so they're harder to find. I'll be damned if I can figure out how they're organized. 

Sometimes change for the sake of change is not an improvement. Bring back the old "People I Follow" and comments presentation!

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Also, comments from blogs don't show up.  Please link blog comments back into the list.

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I agree 100% please change back to the old way. I cannot find people I have followed I only see authors info or the rest is buried. Bring back the old.

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Yes, Bring back the old "People I Follow" and comments presentation!

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Gotta agree with good hugo2 and ESW3

Who dreamed this up. 

Comments not sorted by date? 

Most recent? 

Most liked ?

Just a useless hodgepodge the way it's set up now: makes it far more difficult if I want to reference back to an earlier comment. 


 

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The new format is horrible.   There definitely should be a way to toggle back to the old format of sorting comments in reverse chronological.   This is a huge step backwards.

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Awaiting Customer Reply

Hi all,

We had sent your and many other users' feedback regarding the new page and based on that, our tech team has made changes in the layout again.

Could you please confirm if you are still facing issues?


Feel free to reach out in case further assistance is required.

Regards,
Shubham Shresth
Data QA Analyst, Seeking Alpha

Hello Shubham Shresth - "People I Follow" comments are back to the way it was before, which is a big deal, at least for me. Thank you for fixing this!

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Hello Shubham Shresth - Thank You for your replies can you change my please change my People I Follow section back to the old way as well. This new change is very hard for me to follow comments of those other posters that I follow. - Thanks

Why not able to sort comments by "most liked" or "most replied to"? This would be a huge benefit.

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Earlier today (maybe only a few minutes ago), the presentation of the "People I Follow" page changed again. I am going to re-post my July comment because it says what needs to be said:

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The new presentation of "People I Follow" (see https://seekingalpha.com/account/people/comments ) is not an improvement. The page I bookmarked was useful to get a quick read on comments from people that I know I want to read. Now it's larded up with the article name and it's not nearly as easy to read. And my own comments do not appear, which is irritating because I'm *always* interested in what I've posted (sarcasm). Likewise the new Profile settings do not display my own comments in reverse chronological order (newest first) so they're harder to find. I'll be damned if I can figure out how they're organized.

Sometimes change for the sake of change is not an improvement. Bring back the old "People I Follow" and comments presentation!

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You broke the people I follow page again.  Please go back to the way it was and stop trying to fix what isn't broke.

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What ESW3 and jcully said. 

"The page I bookmarked was useful to get a quick read on comments from people that I know I want to read. Now it's larded up with the article name and it's not nearly as easy to read.  I'll be damned if I can figure out how they're organized." No newest comments in chronological sequence. Very labor intensive to follow commentary on people you think are reasonably on the ball, whether you've flagged certain articles to follow or not. New method = clusterf.

Needs to be fixed or the function becomes literally useless/