On our feeds under our avatar picture, we see a button for starting a new hub. Why not include a Start A New Discussion button here as well. I suggest this as I sometimes don't quite remember how to start a forum post as I reply to many but not often start a new one.
There already is a button/spot to start a new forum post on your feed page. It says "forum" and is the third option following making a new status post or asking a new question right at the top of the page.
I actually now see this option on my iPhone. Cheers.
by Krysanthe3 years ago
I've been a member of many forums in the past, and they all had a thanks button for each post in the forum and each comment made on the post. I would LOVE to see this added to the HubPages forum!! ...
by Liz Elias6 years ago
Hi- I was noticing that the traffic source reports include Twitter and Tweet Grid, but not Tweet Deck. I normally use Tweet Deck, because it is much more user-friendly, and auto-refreshes (unlike...
by rebekahELLE3 years ago
Whenever I open the forums, I see countless threads by the same people, many of them unanswered or with only a couple of comments. I would love to see a limit on how many threads the same person can open...
by PrettyPanther7 years ago
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by Charles James4 years ago
Hi,@the recommendation of Mr Meyer, am submitting a request to restore or add a Link to Your Last Post in a forum thread.Presently, when selecting "your" forum option the LEFT link is this:...
by Dame Scribe7 years ago
Alright, since *S* sells and people insist on this topic, can we have a Adult forum where raging hormones n whatnot gets some sense of release for those in need and maybe keep separate from other forums? I totally...
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