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What is a 'Follower'?
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What is the purpose of 'following' someone?
What is the difference between a 'Friend' and a 'Follower'?
I have no social media experience, hence my question.

Thanks for your help!
Stay safe!
Sticks
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#2
It really depends on what you are on JK for… you have bands, teachers, schools, and random newbies. So if you find a jam you can add those to your connections. Or you can just follow to get updates for their activities.
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(08-04-2022, 10:01 PM)stenio Wrote: It really depends on what you are on JK for… you have bands, teachers, schools, and random newbies. So if you find a jam you can add those to your connections. Or you can just follow to get updates for their activities.

Thanks for your response Stenio.

I go on JK to play music. The activities of my Friends I can see without following them. I also have some Followers.
What the meaning of 'following' or 'Follower' is, I still don't understand, I don't see anything related to that.
I use JK since about one year now, maybe the 'Follow' button is not really connected to anything, maybe it just creates another column with names listed there.
That is all I can figure out.
Stay safe!
Sticks
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(08-05-2022, 02:27 PM)Sticks Wrote:
(08-04-2022, 10:01 PM)stenio Wrote: It really depends on what you are on JK for… you have bands, teachers, schools, and random newbies. So if you find a jam you can add those to your connections. Or you can just follow to get updates for their activities.

Thanks for your response Stenio.

I go on JK to play music. The activities of my Friends I can see without following them. I also have some Followers.
What the meaning of 'following' or 'Follower' is, I still don't understand, I don't see anything related to that.
I use JK since about one year now, maybe the 'Follow' button is not really connected to anything, maybe it just creates another column with names listed there.
That is all I can figure out.

maybe this will help explain... i have been using it since 2018     

when i log in and go to find sessions if i follow someone they wil show up in your For Me section like connections do. I do not play with all people i follow but enjoy listening to them play from time to time. You are correct in that they are not connected to anything. i think i only have one follower and follow about 10, and only 6 connections/friends.
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(08-16-2022, 06:53 AM)stenio Wrote:
(08-05-2022, 02:27 PM)Sticks Wrote:
(08-04-2022, 10:01 PM)stenio Wrote: It really depends on what you are on JK for… you have bands, teachers, schools, and random newbies. So if you find a jam you can add those to your connections. Or you can just follow to get updates for their activities.

Thanks for your response Stenio.

I go on JK to play music. The activities of my Friends I can see without following them. I also have some Followers.
What the meaning of 'following' or 'Follower' is, I still don't understand, I don't see anything related to that.
I use JK since about one year now, maybe the 'Follow' button is not really connected to anything, maybe it just creates another column with names listed there.
That is all I can figure out.

maybe this will help explain... i have been using it since 2018     

when i log in and go to find sessions if i follow someone they wil show up in your For Me section like connections do. I do not play with all people i follow but enjoy listening to them play from time to time. You are correct in that they are not connected to anything. i think i only have one follower and follow about 10, and only 6 connections/friends.
Oh I see....that would make sense. 
I will try this and see what it does.
Thank you!
Stay safe!
Sticks
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