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Is there a way in which you can ungroup yourself out of a group/ team. I keep getting alerts from a group, which I am not interested in. If ungrouping is not possible, is it possible to not get alerts from some groups and get alerts from others?
I apologize if someone else has discussed this before, I have not done my homework of searching it through these forums in the hope that someone can give me a quick reply.
Thanks in advance!
yep! go to the group's page and on the right-hand side, you can opt out of it (red X with 'quit group) and also mange the alerts (the gold bell icon).
Thanks, Skwerly. Very helpful!!
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