I don't like the new look of the FEED instead of just ALL the way it was yesterday. We are not Twitter or FB. I like it the way it was. Please put it back.
This feature didn't exist before, so are you asking for it to be put back to nothing?
By the way, if you read the forum where they announce the new Feed feature, Paul points out that the old Hubtivity page is still active.
by Paul Deeds7 years ago
We're just about ready to open up an exciting new feature on HubPages called the HubFeed. It's basically Hubtivity on steroids, with two key differences:1) It is really easy to interact with. You can view...
by Paul Deeds9 years ago
We're in the process of testing a new feature called Hubtivity. It provides a running log of what's happening on HubPages with you and the authors (and soon, tags) that you are a fan of.If you notice any bugs or...
by timorous7 years ago
I sometimes post comments in the Sandpit forum. Yet, when looking through my recent 'All Hubtivity', I don't see any references to my Sandpit forum posts or anything from that forum. Yet if I go to the...
by Eric Graudins4 years ago
It would be nice to be able to selectively block updates to individual forum posts from Hubtvity.This would allow us to check out genuine hubtivity without having to scroll through screen after screen after screen of...
by Ashish Joshi5 years ago
I had no choice but to start a new thread about the same suggestion as the previous thread was closed for anymore comments before I could post my feedback upon the latest profile layout.It appears nice and quite...
by Paula Atwell7 years ago
I usually watch forum activity via the feed on my account, but it is empty this morning. Definitely should have some posts there.
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