We need to do regular "did you know" reminders about Mokum features. The topic for today is "private subfeed". Please share/translate this link for your community if you think this could be useful. Even if you have a public account, you can have another sub-feed, which is always private. You can enable your private sub-feed on "Settings" page. You can post to your private sub-feed by clicking at "Private sub-feed" link in the right column (or at the bottom, if you're on a mobile device). You can request subscription to other people's private sub-feed if you know its URL.
You can invite users to your private sub-feed on your "Settings" page, see "Invite users to your private sub-feed" section. The user must be already subscribed to your primary account. You can see people subscribed to your private sub-feed at your "Subscribers" page. You can unsubscribe people from your private sub-feed there (and they will not get any notification about this). If you're subscribed to someone's private sub-feed, you can see who else is subscribed at the bottom of their "Subscribers" page.· псы в рапиде
If you've had a private feed and wanted to move to having the main feed be public but the subfeed private, is there a way to designate old posts to be private or move them to the subfeed?· Spidra Webster
@spidra: You'd have to do 1 post at a time, but the option is under the "more" menu on every post. I would set up the private subfeed first, invite everyone that you want to allow access to it, then go through all your posts, moving any you want to keep hidden from public view, then when you make it all the way back to your first Mokum post, switch over your main feed to public.· April 2
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