In the forum the religious posts have been separated from the rest of the posts, and it is so nice. In the answers section it is still dominated by religion. I would love to be able to participate in the Q&A without wading through all of that.
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by Catherine Giordano4 weeks ago
I was browsing through Owlcation yesterday and saw "Answers" was being promoted more than hubs. Previously if you clicked on "best", latest" etc,. it was all hubs. Why the change?I am a little...
by Andria7 years ago
Some hubbers are taking the mick with it. It's spamming. It's not allowed in the forums. If you want attention promote yourself according to good manners. Not by over spamming in the questions section.
by Abby Campbell3 years ago
Yesterday, I posted a question in the Answers section. After doing so, I received an immediate response that my question needed moderation. After a few hours, I went back to see if it had been approved. However, it was...
by americababy5 years ago
There are some sites that have monetized their answer section. It would be interesting if Hubpages tried to do the same thing.I think the way they could do it would be to section off the answers into seperate...
by Ari Lamstein6 years ago
I'm happy to announce some exciting new updates to the Answers section of HubPages. We have listened to your feedback and hope that these changes will improve your experience on the site. The first change is that...
by Susan Keeping5 years ago
It seems that the forum is becoming just an offshoot of the Answers. Most of the questions do not spark any kind of debate or discussion. And if you are asking a question why don't you give your opinion instead of...
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