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    Bearish commented  · 

    This feature is long overdue. How many years, how many votes???

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    Bearish commented  · 

    I just wrote a lengthy letter to Grokio making a case for a groups feature. There are an almost infinite number of topics/affinities/identities/interests that people on Grommr are looking to connect around. We need the ability to create these affinity groups, along the lines of the old geocities and yahoo groups communities. Anyone should be able to create a group page/account, have people follow, post, etc. to that group, completely separate from the toxic global feed. You could follow the postings of all your groups on a "My Groups Feed" similar to the current "My Feed" and local feeds.

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