I usually see a recent question from the Q&A on the page "My Hub Statistics" when I go there. I clicked the X to close that box on a particular question, and it went away.
Only now it is gone forever and won't come back. I've searched, and can't find a setting to control it. Is there a way to restore the display of a rotating Q&A question on my Stats page?
Thanks in advance for any help!
If you're looking for a particular question, I recommend searching for it directly. I'm not sure if the Question *can* be restored, but I'll find out, and if it's possible, I'll let you know in this thread.
Just make sure the box under the filters section of My Account > Questions is checked! http://hubpages.com/my/questions/stats
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