There are certainly more important things to develop right now with all the eBay hassles, but it would be nice to eventually have a way to search user content without specifying a query (a "See all" button beside the polls/images/videos links).
Specifically, I would like to be able to see all of my polls because the feedback is interesting. Currently the search page requires a search term and I can't do any better than stringing together common prepositions and question words which is a bit silly:
http://hubpages.com/search/include:poll … itteritter
Since that strategy probably gets most polls, it should be usable but if you decide to implement a See All for specific types of user content, that would be nice.
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