When I go into my email settings (such as to change to "daily digest" for Email notification of hubs published by Hubber I follow), Hubpages will prompt me with a "security question". How can I change the answer to that security question?
Because the answers to some of the security question can change over time. In the past "red" is "my favorite color". But now it is "blue" for example.
I really don't think it is practical. Maybe you would have to contact HubPages. Simply make a note of the answers you gave, keep it offline, and never mind whether you feel that way about your original choices anymore.
Even if you wrote that Website Examiner is your favorite pet, I really won't mind.
by ergapr3 years ago
hello i want to connect my paypal account to hubpagesthey ask me to answer the security question but i do not remember the answer !the account from 2009 i need help thanks
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