Miiverse has been updated to change how notifications are received, as well as changes in the code of conduct for using the Miiverse. Users will now receive direct updates from Nintendo displayed in a special Miiverse community. From this community, you’ll be able to see announcements about changes to the service. The new notification changes include notifications when someone follows you and you’ll no longer receive notifications from comments made on posts from people who are not the original poster.
Nintendo has also implemented a cap on the number of times you can post on Miiverse within a few minutes, limiting it down to just one post every five minutes. The structure of the comments won’t change, but Nintendo hopes this change will cut down on spam comments and multiples.
The changes to the Code of Conduct have occurred in the “By Gamers, About Games” section. Off-topic posts no longer have a place on Miiverse, so you’ll need to stay on topic in order to not have your posts remove. Also, Nintendo has stated that openly asking for friend requests is no longer allowed.
What do you think of these changes? Are they for the better? Let us know in the comments below.
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