I've noticed that HP doesn't allow you to "filter" your searches by "date" or "Relevance" or anything at all. This is seriously frustrating both when you're searching for articles and when you're trying to search through the forums to see if anyone has already reported or asked about an issue you're having. Is there any way to add a filter? I'd imagine this would help searchers as well as help to keep down on redundant questions being asked.... just a thought
I've always found the HubPages search to be pretty useless.
by Dale Hyde4 years ago
Please take the time to use the "search" option. It is overwhelming to keep answering the same questions here in the forums that have already been answered appropriately by some excellent members.
by Thomas F. Wuthrich24 months ago
Avast Security software and Google Chrome are conducting some sort of war...and it is adversely affecting searchers ability to reach our hubs. Anyone using the Chrome browser (not just us hubbers) who has the...
by dyesebel106 years ago
Example:removereplayrepeatIt's your turn...
by TIMETRAVELER220 months ago
I can remember being able to click on "my photos" and then clicking again on a topical group of photos I had saved so that I can pull them up to use in articles. Can't do that anymore. What's going...
by Max Zvyagintsev4 years ago
My mum is a teacher, and she and one day she and I had a thought. This was after I'd just watched one of my lectures that I've missed on my computer. She thought how lucky students are today that they can listen and...
by Paul Edmondson4 years ago
We really appreciated the feedback from the community and want to continue to incorporate feedback into this feature that will be released in informational mode today so people can see it in their my account.The blog...
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