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dSKY says

Thanks :)

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wangruyi says

Thanks. have updated.

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dxc says

It doesn’t show who the last comment was. That was a nice feature on the old one to keep track of who you have responded to already.

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Flash_Cart says

Thanks Clinton!

Great point DXC381 .

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kamy says

Thanks! Great clearing

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seifip says

What was the benefit of switching from RSS to Atom? Just a matter of preference??

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ADG3studios Envato team says

Personally I’m happier with the atom feeds.. I’m still using google reader on my mobile. When it was rss there were quite a few comments that I was catching on my item pages, sometimes weeks later, that never got picked up by G reader.

Doesn’t happen anymore. So all good here ;)

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