Sometimes I read a hub and then I don't remember where it was. Of course I could use all the social bookmarks but a local bookmark would be more practical.
No thanks there are millions of links in it I don't feel like to use it any more
What I want is a CONTEXTUAL Bookmark not a bookmark where I have to crawl hundreds of other links and lose my time.
Maybe a "My favourite hubs" section on our profile page would be useful?
by JS Matthew3 years ago
I am not sure if this has been mentioned before as I do not regularly follow the forums. I know some time back we got rid of the "Bookmark This Hub" feature on HubPages because statistically, most Hubbers...
by Jane@CM7 years ago
I've read and reead the hubs on URLs, RSS & Backlinks. I thought I was fairly literate in computers, trust me, I'm stumped.Adding RSS - okay so I want to add an RSS capsule to my hub. I read that you can...
by Misha8 years ago
OK, here is the deal - only those who bought the software called BookMarkingDemon can take part in this thread. Well, not exactly, of course, but it does not make any sense for those who do bookmarks manually - cause it...
by David Livermore3 years ago
First off, this isn't a post bashing Hubpages. I have enjoyed my time here for the last two years. But this recent incident has rubbed me the wrong way.I recently published this hub: How to Delete...
by Griser127 years ago
Hi,I've read an e-mail I received with the rules and the ONLY thing I could see was that I had 2 links, so I removed one and still got flagged. I think I followed the rest of the rules. Any suggestions? Here's my hub...
by Insightful Tiger3 years ago
I would love to have an option to save hubs on some kind of reading list. Often I will be browsing hubs and find one that I want to read, but then something comes up and I have to walk away from the computer. By the...
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