What are they? Every now and then I get an e-mail from HP saying that I have a "new notification". And?
At the top of hubpages you have a tab that says "notifications" and a green circle with a number on it, indicating how many you have. These just let you know when something you're following has some activity. It's like on facebook. I personally get excited when I have notifications. But then again, I'm a bit of a social junkie
by breakfastpop5 years ago
Just curious, I usually am bombarded with e-mails telling me about new hubs. Yesterday, July 5th, I didn't receive one and traffic on my hub was strangely low. Anyone else experiencing this?
by Marian Cates9 months ago
It would be great if we received notification of new comments. I was reviewing my hubs today and found comments that I didn't know were there. This notification could be on the account page or, better yet, by...
by Ari Lamstein6 years ago
Last month we asked the HubPages Community what new notifications, if any, you would like to see on the site. There was a lot of activity on this topic. I'm happy to say that since the original post, we have...
by Jenny Pugh4 years ago
I always receive this suspicious notification from Hubpages every 12:38 (after midnight) in our time here in the Philippines. This notification posts all the hubtivities of all hubbers except my own. The recent hubs...
by John Hansen6 weeks ago
I know we can "stop following hubs" by clicking that option on the email notification etc. but what about hubs that we don't get email notifications for. In my notifications on site "Top 20 Female Singers...
by Debra Allen5 years ago
For the past month I have not been getting messages of new comments. I did check my notification settings and it is still set for me to get a notification for each new comment on my hubs to be sent to my e-mail...
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