@mrasaad Yes, I know this. But that was not my point. Were Opera to provide this we would remain here at Opera. Isn't that the whole point... to keep your users here? You can sell to them here. You can build brand loyalty here. You can develop a sense of community here. Why did the original Opera company provide this? Why does Vivaldi continue to offer it? Even after Opera dropped its Presto engine and went over to the dark side, so to speak, it continued to offer the user blogs and in so doing many remained. But once it indicated that this feature would be dropped, most of the bloggers who remained downloaded the information they still had and departed for Vivaldi and for other browsers. There was now a crack in the brand loyalty which went as far as many of Opera's developers who did not leave with the first wave but remained. I know I'm beating a dead horse now so we can probably just drop the conversation and kill the thread.
@donq Actually its called the "gear wheel" I think. I could not believe how comprehensive the options were on the next page! Wow. They still should do it like everyone else. Many people would miss that. When you're in a forum there should be a search box for that particular forum. Then if there are no results they can show results from outside that forum.
Anyways, thank you for your patience and knowledge. And hopefully it will help others on there.
@lu-menard in your Settings I still see that you have "When a new reply is posted in a topic you are watching" set to "Notification & Email".
Additionally you are watching some topics, including this one, for example, so it's to be expected that you'll get an e-mail about this reply that I am just typing, for example.
Can you please confirm that you tried to change "When a new reply is posted in a topic you are watching" to "Notification Only" and it didn't work? If so, did you remember to click the "Save Changes" button at the bottom of your Settings page?
Finally what happens when you refresh your Settings page after the change?