Can anyone refresh me on how to set another hubber on ignore? I've done it once before but I can't find the settings now. There is a really obnoxious person in Q&A on HP and I have to proactively ignore them before I blow my top on them.
There is no function to block a user on the site.
Yes, there is a way to prevent someone from showing up in your feed. And it isn't done in the feed section. This person's posts keep coming up no matter how much I click "Hide this ..."
by OldWitchcraft4 years ago
I have checked the FAQs and the settings for a fix, but I am receiving status updates, mainly "Shares" from hubbers who are not in my follow list.It looks like a glitch, so I thought someone should know.
by galleryofgrace3 days ago
Just learned that commenters have to be signed in or sign up in order to leave a comment on any hub.How is this going to help ???????? Who is going to bother to do this???? NOBODY!
by Marisa Wright4 weeks ago
I encourage all newbie Hubbers to sign out of HubPages, and go and look at the HubPages.com home page as a signed-out user.You'll see testimonials from several high-earning Hubbers. If you are interested in...
by Brodsky5 years ago
Thanking you for your kind advice, obviously emitted with enormous difficulty from the area atop your legs.It won't do me any good to leave, however, as I am obviously not a top writer. Last month saw earnings of...
by Rocko Polo5 years ago
Why is thread high jacking amd derailing activity allowed to run rampant? You can't discuss a religious subject without three or four hecklers posting just to sneer, jeer, make snide remarks and generally foul up and...
by BristolBoy7 years ago
Not normally one for blowing my own trumpet but I have been away from Hubpages for a while due to personal commitments, however upon my return today I discover that I have broken through 100,000 page views and 300...
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