How To Stop The Quora Emails

Tired of your inbox being flooded with Quora new follow notifications? Here’s how to stop ’em.

Login at Quora.com. Click on “Settings” in the upper-right nav bar.

On the Settings page, look for the section on the left called “Email Settings.” Expand each area by clicking on the blue “view settings” link next to it, and uncheck everything for which you don’t want to be emailed. (There are lots of boxes to uncheck, needless to say.) Make sure you click Save when done.

All of the auto-follows aren’t a best practice, needless to say; nor is the automatic population of email notifications. Both should require affirmative user consent. But unless and until Quora rights those wrongs, this should help stem the tide.

Of course, you could also just delete your Quora account altogether… I haven’t taken that step yet, myself, but may get there soon.

Arlene’s career has spanned film, television and web production, artist development, content creation, and senior management for Fortune 500 companies and startups alike. She is currently the head of the Las Vegas offices of advertising agencies 87AM and Allied Integrated Marketing, which represent a number of prestigious resort, entertainment and hospitality clients both on the Strip and in Downtown and suburban Las Vegas

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