Or is it planned at least? In the last days browsing “all” by new it’s almost impossible. There’s a community that is posting literally thousands of links everyday making it basically a monopoly of them. I’m not asking them to be banned or anything, but I’m just not interested in their content, so if there is a way of filtering to not see them, I’d be more than happy.

Thanks!

@ajz
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I had the same question, and then I noticed in my personal settings the button subscribed, and that did the trick for me. Since then it sticks to showing subscribed communities only. Very happy with this. Thank you devs !

@onlooker
425d

Wow. I was wondering the same thing and that clicking that button was all it took? I feel silly now.

SeerLite
224d

You can also change this setting temporarily at the top of the front page

Dreeg Ocedam
625d

I think it is planned to have ways to filter communities/instances similar to Mastosdon.

Would blocking solve this problem? I know blocking users/communities is coming to lemmy

On Slide for Reddit I filter out a lot of subreddits so my /r/all feed has less noise. Maybe this is something that could be implemented in Lemmur?

Could be, we will wait for blocking to make it’s way into lemmy (afaik it is close) and if that won’t suffice we will consider filtering out content client side

Dessalines
admin
724d

This is right, we’re in the middle of adding user and community blocking. But in the meantime, as @ajz@lemmy.ml suggested, just change your default view to subscribed in your settings.

jonuno
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