Thanks. It's not intuitive, especially since there are two ways to view "Networks". If you go to the main page by clicking on "Confluence", a set of tabs is available including the options "Popular", "All Updates", ... and "Network". This Network tab shows updates from the people you are following but does not show the list of following and followers. You have to access the "Network" tab you reference in very specific ways.
Not sure why there is no Confluence help for this if you type in something like "view people following me." Maybe Confluence help and design is underdeveloped in some of these little annoying ways.
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