Is there any way I can review someone's hubs similar to the Status page of my own? I am still figuring this out and while I like the Hubtivitity I was wondering if there was a plain page that I could look at of other Hubber's work that I like?
Some have quite a few hubs, and looking at them 4-5 per page in the order they were done is a little too complicated for me to really look through. If this is not clear please let me know... I know what I am trying to ask but can't phrase it well!
You can view another author's hubs by keyword. For example, if I want to look at all your hubs that talk about money I click on that key word in your keyword group and it brings up all your hubs that talk about money.
But nothing that gives a full list? Example, my mom wants to go through and read all of my hubs. without logging in as me is there anyway she can see the list like I see on my status pages? Obviously not the comments and views per day etc, just a list of the hubs... thanks for the tip on the other too!
I'm not sure if this helps, but in your hubtivity you can limit the view to just hubs by clicking "Hubs" in the right column (or comments, posts, etc). Not sure if that solves your problem, but you can see 20 hubs per page rather than 4-5 ..
If she visits one of your hubs, there is a link on the right that says "read more hubs by [author]" that gives you a list of all your hubs.
I don't think I am asking my question right... I am trying to find a full list on one page of posts (without being loged in). Not summaries, not latestes, not best, a full list of the title and dates written like on the summary page.
Sorry for not making my question clear...
I see the multiple pages etc, I am just looking for a full list on one page like I see on my stats page, just missing the page views and number of comments.
Thanks, for helping!
What you are looking for does not exist, outside of the stats page an author sees of their own hubs.
No, definitely doesn't exist unless you're logged in. The other options do list all the Hubs as far as I can see - the "Best" and "Latest" tags just determine how they're ordered. However it's still not all on one page, I'm afraid.
i think you're making it more complicated than it is. even not being logged in, anyone can go to your profile page and click any one of the links on the right hand side and see all of the hu that you've written. They can do the same from the individual hub, by clicking on the 'read more from this hubber' link. either way there will be the summary, picture, and number of comments on the hub. There's no way around that from my understanding.
This is the closest you can get, if I understood your request correctly: http://hubpages.com/author/blogging2/latest/
Thanks everyone that is what I was trying to figure out, what I am looking for can't be done lol Thanks again, it will save me beating my head against a wall (I am good at that though!)
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