WordPress Notifications

WordPress has apparently stopped notifying me when someone links a post to my blog or mentions me in a comment, so my apologies to anyone that’s done this who I haven’t acknowledged with thanks.  Has this happened to anyone else?

Who knows what obscure setting has been changed in the name of “fixing” something else.  If you have a helpful suggestion, please do make a comment or message me directly.  All my normal notification settings seem to be in order.

As if there are not enough things to worry about….! 😉

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29 Responses to WordPress Notifications

  1. jncthedc says:

    I don’t use the READER. I get everything sent to my email and work from their. I also double check with the phone app to see if anything was missed. My computer skills are so poor, that I offer my desk top and laptop a daily massage using natural cleaning products while singing “Soft kitty, warm kitty little ball or fur (if you watch Big Bang Theory, you would understand the song 🙂 ) to reduce computer stress!

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  2. archaeopteryx1 says:

    I’m still here, that’s all I know, or need to.

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  3. Dennis says:

    So all that blogging and linking and referring was for naught? Say it ain’t so Tricia! : ) : )
    I wouldn’t worry about it, a little concerned maybe but nothing to “worry” about. Besides your still young in the blog world that you can make up anything you may have lost.
    Like they used to say “Keep on Truckin on”!

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  4. Al says:

    WordPress is the Devil’s spawn. You didn’t know that?

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  5. Citizen Tom says:

    Buggy computer code is what it is.

    I don’t much expect anything to work exactly the way it is suppose to work. The problem? People who make perfect products go broke. Once their product works “well enough” the owners have to sell it to recoup their investments. What is “well enough”? To get what we want, we will use what that product or service in spite of the defects. Airplanes that fall out of the sky? Not popular. Blogware that occasionally acts up? Popular and profitable.

    WordPress if free. Somewhat buggy but free. As bloggers we provide free content for advertisers. So WordPress has an incentive to make our blogs function well, but they don’t have the same kind of quality control as an aircraft manufacturer.

    Anyway, whenever I am tempted to try something else, I think of the time it would take and the likelihood that I would probably have to pay to get better service. Maybe when I “retire”…..

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      You get what you pay for —

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    • Tricia says:

      I feel the same way Tom but do enjoy a good vent once in awhile about it. WP is a nice service for what it charges (nothing!) and for now suits my blogging purposes. It’s programmers though seem to share similar traits with the ones my company employs; they often make software “fixes” that seem perfectly normal in a sheltered lab setting but create misery for the people that actually have to use it. Such is life! 🙂

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  7. Apparently a lot of people have been having this problem. I hope it all gets worked out….

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  8. Did the same to me. 😦


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  9. Wally Fry says:

    It quite giving me e mail notifications a while back. Now I have to use the reader and comments I’ve made, and posts I’ve liked to track things. I know I miss stuff, too. Like you I am sorry that I have missed some really good stuff.

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