Matching API Endpoints

POST/notifications/read Mark a set of notifications as read.
POST/notifications/seen Set the timestamp of the most recently seen notification.
POST/sites/$site/posts/$post/subscribers/new Subscribe current user to be notified of the specified post's comments.
POST/sites/$site/posts/$post/subscribers/mine/update Subscribe current user to be notified of the specified post's comments.
POST/me/settings/ Update the current user's settings.
GET/me/settings/ Get the current user's settings.
GET/me Get metadata about the current user.

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