How Does This Work?
Can anyone help me understand what the difference is between clicking “read more” and text is quickly loaded in the current window of the activity feed vs being taken instead to the top of a group discussion elsewhere on the site where it’s necessary to then try to find what I was just reading? Sometimes clicking “read more” loads only a few more words, and sometimes it loads paragraphs of text—right in the activity feed window. But at other times it takes me completely out of the feed. Is there a word count trigger or some kind of flag that the site has built in that’s not intuitive? Many times I would not click “read more” at that point if I knew I would end up outside the activity feed because of limited time to review lots of posts. After finding what I was trying to read more of and then getting back to the feed where I left off after finding and reading has been quite the challenge, and takes a bit time to find my place again (if I can). How can I tell the difference when I need to stay in the feed? Thanks!