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Who is Tracking Me? (updated)

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I know how to find out who is Following me (or I'm friends with) - but I want to be able to find out who is Tracking me.


As Tracking is a more 'intensive' form of Following I figure I'm even more keen to know who is doing that. Seems odd to let me see who is following me but not who is tracking me.


Edit: Added 15 Sep - this should be provided in two ways. Item 1 is now deemed urgent due to the, arguable, inconsistency:


1. When user A tracks user B, user B should be notified in JWM: Actions in a similar manner to the way they are notified when user A follows them (see above, tracking is a more intense form of follow - it is perverse to tell user B when user A takes a 'mild' interest in them but not when they take an 'intensive' interest in them). However, accepting that when user B is the CEO I can see benefit in this extra notification being configurable by a Sys Admin across the site as to whether this extra notification be sent.


2. My original intent was that there be a view where user B can see all the users who are tracking them - similar to the Followers / Following filters already provided via Browse > People. 

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