On the main page of the forums we can see all the recent posts. But I may not want to be updated about posts in all of the subforums. Is it possible to build an option where we can say for each subforum whether we want to see it or not? It would simply act as a filter on the main forums page.
For example, I'm not really interested in Art & Design. I think this also takes care of the problem people have with the Religion & Beliefs subforum (see the amount of discussion a recent thread sparked...).
by Phyllis Doyle Burns14 months ago
I like the new Topic page design - but is it possible to have that for hubs only. Then have the feed page for forums, Q&A, and Status. I think that would be a very good way to showcase hubs more prominently and keep...
by Judy Filarecki2 years ago
I know you can designate several of your Hubs as featured at the top of your profile page. Is there a way to choose the order of how all of your Hubs appear below the featured ones?
by Simone Haruko Smith4 years ago
Hey everyone! As we recently announced on our blog, we have given a new look to some pages. Check it out!Here's the Food and Cooking page with a new, more magazine-like look.Here's our spiffy new About Us page.And of...
by Paul Maplesden3 years ago
I’ve been reading many questions on the forums about how to get more traffic to your hubs. I’m a great believer in testing something, analysing the results, refining and sharing, and I approached the subject...
by Ryan Hupfer7 years ago
As jimmythejock was quick to pick up on a few days ago (man, he's good!), we have been working hard on coming up with a new overall look and feel for HubPages and in the process we've also added a few cool, new features...
by simeonvisser5 years ago
HubPages does not use a flat forum structure but replies are placed underneath the post to which they reply. This means that when a thread becomes huge people can still place posts in the middle of the thread. In other...
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