Too bad I can't switch back to the old style that had more features.
The new profile style has no search box! \
Yep, that's by design. There's a big search box in the header.
Yes, but what are you supposed to do, if you just want to search for a Hub by that particular Hubber?
The lack of a search box is a major nuisance.
For instance, I recently came across a Youtube clip Simone made about neck exercises. She has written a lot of articles so I couldn't find it by browsing. I don't know the title. With the old search box, I could have found it easily. With the "big search box", I have to fiddle around - and I still couldn't find it. So I gave up. She lost a view, and probably a few shares. Why is that an improvement?
by Marisa Wright4 years ago
A thread on this has been marked as "resolved", but it's not.The search box may have been removed by design, but it has removed a feature that was really useful. I've needed to use it several time...
by Ben Guinter4 years ago
I just modified the two recipe hubs I had to include the new recipe capsules, hoping they would look like all the other recipes that pop up in results, and maybe I have to wait a little bit of time, but...It only seems...
by Robie Benve4 years ago
I love to see what people were looking for when they found my hubs, it helps me choosing new titles and see which questions I left unanswered.I was hoping to see keywords under Traffic Sources, but I have to click on...
by molometer4 years ago
I like the new design and cannot wait to switch to it. However I found this issue with it's security and wanted to let you know. If you didn't already.I know we do not pass secure information between ourselves but what...
by Karla Iverson4 years ago
This may already be on the profile page somewhere, and I'm not seeing it. However, I just went to another hubber's profile page to find a hub that was recently written. I chose "Show" expecting to see...
by hazelwood44 years ago
I have been reading a blog post about this particular tag that could be added to our Hubpages HTML. According to the author of the blog this AUTHOR TAG will tell Google who the original author of an article is. ...
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