I noticed that hubs do not appear to have when they were published shown on them? I assume this is on purpose. I noticed that if you look at hubs by finding them on the "Hubs" button of the menu it will show you when they were published. It would just be nice to know when a hub was published. I can sometimes get a general idea by the comments, but not all hubs have comments and it really isn't an accurate indicator of when the hub was published. I just wondered what the logic was and if anyone else missed having this information.
A date and time stamp would be a good idea with saving frustrations about copyright infringements, cool point!
by Sherry Hewins12 days ago
It seems Editbot is at work again. Had several little fixes, almost all in comments.
by Justin Choo6 years ago
I usually like to know the date the hub was written. Unfortunately there is none shown. Wouldn't it be a good idea just to add this feature?
by Marisa Wright2 years ago
Lately I've come across a lot of Hubs with outdated information in them. If I comment or email to suggest it needs updating, I get the response, "Oh I wrote that ages ago."Sorry, that's not...
by Vicki L Hodges2 years ago
Sometimes when I have ideas for hubs, I "start a hub" and sometimes finish it later or just let it sit there for a while. Maybe I should just write down my hub ideas instead. Does it hurt my hub scores or...
by Anna Marie Bowman7 years ago
I started writing a hub a week ago, and decided to delete it. I deleted it about 4 or 5 days ago, but it is still showing up. Usually, they disappear after a day or so, but this one is still there. Is...
by Marsha Musselman3 years ago
I just noticed a blue arrow next to a hub I published this week. It's in the list of my hubs under my account page. What does it mean? It isn't the hub with the most views, unless it's a hub with the most views in the...
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