I wonder if HP would consider changing the icons for featured, non featured etc hubs to a particular color for each. The circle with the H, semi circle and circle are easily missed.
I agree. To find them easily you must use the filter by clicking the "featured" (at the top of the list) link.
588 hubs, wow!
Hopefully, I think I might be able to make your day.
I don't know how long it has been there, but it is new to me. There is now a "select a designation" filter on the stats page. Check it out.
We discussed this in our community meeting and have no current plans to change the icons for each status.
As Cardisa and paradigmsearch mentioned, you can sort the column by the status.
by Austinstar5 months ago
Are 15 out of 271 featured hubs a 'normal' number for hubs? Or do I still need improve this ratio? What is everyone else getting, approximately?
by Lena Kovadlo3 years ago
If a hub is not featured does that mean that it doesn't get any search engine traffic from Google or other search engines?
by Elisabeth M9 months ago
Hi everyone,first of al let me say,l I really like Hubpages and the creativity all writers show with their different hubs from all over the globe. Now, the rules seem to change and I partly don't understand them.1....
by Dan Harmon20 months ago
Today I find two hubs have gone unfeatured for lack of engagement - the half circle symbol. This seems odd as the 30 day traffic is 78 and 89, they have 48 and 82 comments and score 83 and 100 respectively. ...
by Kristen Howe18 months ago
I've recently published a high-scoring featured hub on Easter. I did the best I could not to duplicate it, when I've written it from my own words with my research. I had no problem with my previous leafy green...
by Lisa Stover3 years ago
What does the half filled in circle mean, and what does the blank circle mean?
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