Customized category pages for users?

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  • What's the best workflow for users to keep track of their interessts?
    I am aware of the bookmark feature, but is there a way to also have such a personalized overview/start page but for categories. Like watched categories but different as it should be independent from the notification decision.

    Sounds confusing I know but the reason is that a user wants to have his personalized category page which I somehow do understand. Or is there a plugin which does what I kind of have in mind?

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    not runnig

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    You are able to validate everybody's email from within "Manage -> Users". See top option in the dropdown below.


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    how to manage data for existing users who did not give consent? We had to remove all of their post?
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    Kind of hard for me to test as an administrator lol. I can post regardless of settings. I guess it's time for a low-privilege account.

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