Todays tip explains how to follow a member and how your news feed can be your friend. When you click on a members avatar, you will have an option to "follow" them. No, this isn't stalking, but if you generally like a particular members posts, discover a member who typically starts really interesting and/or useful discussions or recognize the smartest member in one of your forums, you can "follow" them without having to page through all the forums—sort of a "watch member" feature. By doing this, you'll be able to read their posts as part of your personal news feed. So, what is a news feed and where is it? Your news feed is your personal guide to what is being posted on MilePoint and contains either the posts made by those members you are following, or posts made to threads you are watching. Watching threads is a must. it allows you to keep abreast of new information being posted to a Mileage Run, a bonus or a change in program information that your fellow members are posting to. Watching a thread is the same as following a thread. At the top of the page of every thread, there is a "Watch Thread" link. If you click on it, it adds the thread to your news feed and your "Watched Threads" list. Replying in a thread will also watch the thread (Preference settings can enable or disable this). You can get to your news feed from your profile or your member name drop down box (upper right of every screen) as we have pointed out above. You can get to "Watched Threads" (which does not watch members) in the bread crumbs navigation at the top of each page. Hope this helps managing all the information that is available on MilePoint.