Image, id name little info about self. Would be nice to attach to each hub. Link to our profile. Follow button.
We already have a link and our avatar at the top of each Hub that goes back to our profiles where all that takes place. There doesn't seem to be a need for redundancy.
Thanks for the suggestion, bridalletter. As relache pointed out, there is already your profile picture and your name with a link to your profile as a byline at the top of the Hub.
We did quite a bit of testing with readers on the importance and appropriate display of the authors when we re-designed the Hub Layout back in the spring. There is not a need for redundancy on the page, and readers definitely notice the current format. As such, this is a suggestion that we are unlikely to implement as it would create an inconsistent experience for readers across Hubs. Just being honest.
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by Rod Martin Jr2 years ago
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by Peter M. Lopez8 years ago
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