If it is possible, I would like to see two features added to the fan mail.
First, I want to be able to edit the fan mail I left. There were a handful of cases when I accidentally hit the post button before the text was completed. Or even worse, when I pasted something alsolutely unrelated into a fan mail by mistake and hit the button. No wonder such fan mail did not get approved… While it happened long ago, I still feel ashamed of my appearance, and I would like to fix this. Of course if fan mail has been already approved before editing, it should go through approval cycle once more after editing...
Second, I want to see all the fan mail I left in the list of my fan clubs. I admire quite a few people on Hubpages, and going through every single account to check and possibly fix my fan mail is going to be quite a challenge. Having such an info listed in one place will simplify the task dramatically. This one is a secondary though, if I have to go through every single account – I will. I just thought it will be a nice feature to have...
I was thinking that the other day - I'd like to be able to update my fanmail too!
Yes this comes in quite handy when you post something, when you have been drinking in the pub and return to your computer and post something half drunkered!!
I have done this many a time and I look back at the fan mail in sobering disgust...I just wish I'd wrote something even more outrageous!!!
Don't let Wayne edit his fanmail! I like the sauce comment he left for me.
Misha, I once quit the fanclub and rejoined, just to edit my fanmail!
That's an idea Kenny, thanks
Well, not exactly my case - looking at the standard red message I can't really tell if my fan mail just has not been approved yet for any legitimate reason, or it will never get approved cause I posted garbage and insulted the person I intended to please...
I am developing a USB breathalyser. It is only programmable when no alcohol is detected, and among the selectable options are -
disable wifi if alcohol reading is positive
pretend to send email, but instead save in drafts folder
trigger pop-up saying 'YOU'RE DRUNK - STOP NOW'
When it's ready, can I put you down for beta testing?
We'll see what we can do about this. But in the mean time, if you quit and then rejoin a fan club your original fan mail will disappear into the ether, allowing you to leave a new message.
For several reasons I want to avoid quitting and re-joining, so I'm eagerly (but patiently) waiting for the results of your asessment
by Sherri7 years ago
Might be a brain fart here, but I have a couple of fans I'd like to leave fan mail for...how do you find that option? TX in advance.
by pjdscott9 years ago
Dear all,When I refresh my profile and see my latest contributions, I am always dejected to see the automatic listing stating: "You became the fan of XYZ and you left this fan mail which has not been...
by Marie Flint3 years ago
I do a fair amount of suggesting editorial changes to hubbers when I feel these may be helpful. I despise the challenge prompts testing whether or not I'm a person. First of all, my vision isn't exactly eagle acute....
by Wyo Bobby7 years ago
Hello all. I just approved a couple of fan mails, but they don't show up on my profile. I noticed other people have their fan mail showing on their profile. I have looked through all the settings but...
by Susan Reid5 years ago
When I get a notification that someone has posted new fan mail and I click on the link it goes to a list of my fan mail which appears to be in reverse chronological order.The new fan mail isn't even there! I have tried...
by CrystalSingleton7 years ago
Some people have over a thousand followers and have just recently joined say 4 months ago, seems skiddish. what gives.
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