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I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featuredhttps://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (11, 22) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. It's not even something about the new users, as new feeds also can't post inline even by the Stack Exchange user.

Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. It's not even something about the new users, as new feeds also can't post inline even by the Stack Exchange user.

Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

https://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. It's not even something about the new users, as new feeds also can't post inline even by the Stack Exchange user.

Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

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Why arecan't new feed users unable to post feeds be posted inline?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. It's not even something about the new users, as new feeds also can't post inline even by the Stack Exchange user.

Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

Why are new feed users unable to post feeds inline?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

Why can't new feeds be posted inline?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. It's not even something about the new users, as new feeds also can't post inline even by the Stack Exchange user.

Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

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Why doesn't the "featured question"are new feed work in chatusers unable to post feeds inline?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

Why doesn't the "featured question" feed work in chat?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

Why are new feed users unable to post feeds inline?

I've prepared a new feed to alert users of new feeds. The feed URL is:

http://gaming.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured

...and the feeds page seems to confirm the feed has been parsed correctly, as the feed title appears in the feeds list as opposed to its url.

Yet, the associated feed user never spoke. Why is that?


Update: I changed two feeds (1, 2) that worked just fine in the uselessly annoying popup to inline, and they've stopped posting since. Move them back to popup and they resume posting. Did we hit some kind of silent limit?

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