Narrowing down the WikiTree activity feed

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A selfish question, but why not? Ever day I get a WikiTree activity feed email, and often (most of the time) I don't follow anything up. When I do, I find it relates to one of my tags in the US. Is there any way these individual feeds can be tagged to a country so I won't have to pay attention to the ones that are in NA? My ancestors are strictly in UK. Just wondering.
in The Tree House by Chris Adam G2G5 (5.6k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith
I wish there were a way that the England tag could distinguish between England-the-country and the England family, which is very actively being managed.
I do too lois, my feed is full of the surname England
Maybe we need to change that one to England_Project, much as the Ireland one (currently, still) uses Irish_Roots.
Part of the problem would be that many profiles lack any locations in the data fields, and many don't have a country given. You would only get the ones with full data entered. Just my tuppence :)

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Best answer
Hi Chris. I had this problem, too, so I had to reduce the number of tags I was following, including most of my surname tags. I kept or added project tags for my interest in the era/area.

Hopefully, one of the techies will come up with a solution. I have several surnames I’m working on that are common to the UK and the USA, so I had to wade through all of the feed to see if there was a connection to my family.
by Pip Sheppard G2G Astronaut (2.3m points)
selected by Rubén Hernández
I am in the UK have the opposite problem....following 20 tags and I have a very small feed -  some days it's down to a trickle really. I guess it depends on the surnames.
Thanks, Rubén!

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