I generally 'hide' all the follow notifications. If I want to see who is following who, I can check an author's profile page. All the follows just take up space in my feed so that I can't see hubs or questions, etc.
The button appears when I put my curser over the right side of the title or first line and I click on "hide this story," but nothing happens. It doesn't go away. Even though the follow notification doesn't go away, the button no longer appears if my curser is passed over the spot where it initially appeared.
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
I've been noticing sometimes I'll leave a Hubber a fan mail and it won't get approved. I know there are different explanations for this, like they haven't been on in awhile or maybe they don't want to approve it or want...
by TIMETRAVELER22 years ago
I see people doing this all the time but have no idea about how to do it. Tonight I even saw someone who shared his own article on the main feed? How in the world is this done?
by mystixsprings7 years ago
How do you get your hubpages to show up on facebook under the hubpages tab?
by Nell Rose2 months ago
Purely because i find it so cumbersome having to keep opening twitter, copy paste and so on. Then because it doesn't always show the url we then have to write out the Title and so on. I know hubstaff took it down, but I...
by Arielqiao4 years ago
I want to share my hub to some social networking website, but I can't find the share button. Where is it? Many thanks.
by Jack4 years ago
When I'm posting an answer to a question I see a button saying "make a Hub about it", this button only appears when I'm adding a comment, not on the actual question page itself, what I would like to see is...
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