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Click on view all circles and subscribe to them if you are not subscribed.

oh, ok.

Is there a place for comments on the design of the site - that is, that's not "this is a bug" but "this is a design decision that made it hard for me"? Because the fact that I was subscribed by default to some circles and not others is a design decision that was really confusing ... especially when what seems to be a bit of a catch-all "/o/Women" wasn't in it, and I'm still finding my way round the circle system

Is there a place for comments on the design of the site - that is, that's not "this is a bug" but "this is a design decision that made it hard for me"?

Yes, there’s o/Ovarit for meta discussion and o/Suggestions for, well, suggestions. There’s a stickied post in o/Ovarit as well that has useful information for navigating the site!

https://ovarit.com/o/Ovarit/7059/a-circle-directory

(sorry, I made this post badly too, because I didn't understand link-post/text-post)

So, like the title says, there seem to be a lot of circles that I just can't get to from the top bar and they also don't appear in the list when I'm organizing the bar from left to right. I can only get to circles like /o/Women or /o/Bugs by clicking on a circle that's not the one I want and then grabbing it from the RHS, or just typing the http link directly.

This seems to be a problem!

[–] grrrandma Developer 1 points

Another way to find circles is to click on the Ovarit logo, and then look on the sidebar on desktop or in the hamburger menu on mobile for the "All Circles" link.