It would be great if we could schedule a hub to be published instead of the only option being "publish now".
We could then write them and schedule them to publish on certain days of the week or at certain times. This would be useful if going on vacation etc.
Most blogs and online newsletter sites allow you to do this. Would anyone else out their in hubland find this useful?
Sorry just noticed where this same idea was suggested a few days ago.
No worries. I'll close thread out.
For anyone else who reads this, the discussion about scheduling a Hub is here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/102578#post2189121
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