I would like to see more automatic warnings appear WHEN you write a hub. Sometimes a warning appears when one use subtitles or headings in lower case' These can then be automatically corrected/ altered at the click of a button. I love this feature.
It would be so nice to receive a warning for other potential violations at the time of writing a hub instead of after it is published. How about a warning which tells us that we have too many amazon or e-bay capsules etc.,
If these warnings appeared when you create a hub, I think Spammy hubs might become a thing of the past.
The same could be done when too many links are added.
This is a really great suggestion. At this point, we're not able to detect all potential issues algorithmically, which is why you only get a notification for some of them after your Hub has been through the QAP, but this is something we'd very much like to be able to do.
Something to work on in the future then. I do however appreciate your response.
PS I did respond to this but it disappeared the minute I hit the submit button so thought I would have another go. If you get two, this is why:)
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