Facebook has a feature (under its 'settings' tab) where a user can request all the content (photos, videos, comments, likes, everything!) that they ever generated on that site - as a single rar file. Facebook takes quite a long time to generate the file (about one or two weeks) - a link to rar file is then sent to the user in an email.
I think that feature would prove to be very handy on HubPages, if implemented.
by Blake Flannery6 years ago
I think it would be awesome for some of us hubbers who have written considerable amounts to be able to export all of our content to a text file with the click of a button. Copy and paste seems tedious.I don't know...
by Kylyssa Shay19 months ago
A few of my hubs have been copied by a site hosted by GoDaddy. I looked up their page about copyright infringement and something about the DMCA wording and the way that the counter notice was worded made me a little...
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
Hello Hubbers!As you may know from one of our newsletters last month, we are beginning to beta test a video feature that enables you to upload videos directly to HubPages. You may have noticed them popping up in Hubs...
by dialogue4 years ago
It will be good if the said option is provided. The hubbers should be able to download one's own hubs.
by Peg Cole2 years ago
Wondering where we stand with regard to a new accolade for having more than 5 EC hubs or even a way for people to see this special distinction publicly on our hubs. Right now, we are the only ones who can see it - on...
by Paul Maplesden2 years ago
Every year, SearchMetrics produces an exhaustive report on how various 'ranking factors' for webpages influence where they appear in organic Google search results. The report is designed to give an insight into how...
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