when someone posts five requests, isn't it pretty clear that it is not a genuine seeking after answers, but simply an in your face self promotion gig?
Maybe it would be good to restrict the number of requests to a sensible number, like one per week per member.
What do others think?
- Paraglider (!)
I think if the requests pose interesting or potentially useful questions then, within reason, it isn't a problem. The Requests feature is more than just a way to get a question answered, it is also meant to be a lasting repository of good hub topics (for when you get stumped on what to write about).
No worries - if you're happy with it I'll not mention it again, except to say that responding to answers received would seem higher priority than posting another 5 requests
by James Paterson8 years ago
do your stuff Maddie.....jimmyps Maddie did you get that silly email?
by Andria7 years ago
Some hubbers are taking the mick with it. It's spamming. It's not allowed in the forums. If you want attention promote yourself according to good manners. Not by over spamming in the questions section.
by Whitney6 years ago
Have you guys noticed an increase of personal requests? Or is it just me?
by Maddie Ruud8 years ago
Okay, not only are people posting things that don't make sense as requests, they're also introducing themselves, carrying on semi-conversations, and making Xmas wishlists, as far as I can tell. Oh, and some people...
by Dave McClure8 years ago
To give the profile page a new look, it might be nice to show the "Some of XX's Fans" in random (or cyclic) order. That way, newer fans could also get a look in. What do others think?
by Jason Menayan8 years ago
Hi everyone,We have to delete about 5-10 requests a day that are well-meaning, but do not adhere to what we're looking for for requests.Requests are NOT for:- asking people's opinions (like "What is your...
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