I wish I had a dime for each time there was a thread started about setting up hubs, rules, affiliates, etc. I would be rich by now.
The reason I suggest the "Learning Center" link be added to the Header area ( By the Topics-Hubs-Answers-Forums-Feed ) is maybe it would draw more attention to the Learning Center and less repetitive threads.
This would be very useful, especially for the New members to find the answers without having to see dozens of threads started to seek answers to the exact same issue time and time again. And it might be helpful to longer members as well. It would be right there for immediately going to the Learning Center.
^^^I know it is in the Bottom of the page in small print, but it seems to Not be working too well there...see the repetitive threads about such information!
I completely agree with this - I have needed the centre a few times and each time have to go find it, sometimes cannot be bothered and look other sites.
I never understood why it was semi-hidden but then their HP email is also semi-hidden and not so easy to find.
I guess that altogether it cuts down the number of times people bother HP staff and maybe also means they need less staff, maybe not such a good choice of tactic in the light of recent avents ?
So - I would say put the help pages prominently in the front pages in several places and the email along with it and a well indexed and searchable FAQ section to reduce the number of emails.
I agree that it should be more prominent. A searchable FAQ would be AMAZING! Just yesterday I was searching for something in the FAQ and couldn't find it so I ended up looking in the forums, digging for a while before finding it.
I can see the FAQ better used if it was also at the top area.
The FAQ is linked at the top of every single page. It's linked to the word "help."
Given that the FAQ is linked at the page-top, and can go completely unnoticed and unexplored, I'm not sure adding a Learning Center link there will be as helpful as one might presume. After all, just this week I saw someone asking where to find the link to start a new Hub, and that's at the top of every page too.
by Melanie Shebel6 hours ago
I had a hard time finding it for a new writer who needed help on HubPages. I had to go through the "About Us" section then I think the blog to get to the Learning Center. Perhaps there is an easier way, but to...
by TIMETRAVELER24 years ago
I can never find the learning center link, and it is very frustrating. If you are listening, Hub Gods...please place it back where it was for easy access.
by SmartAndFun4 years ago
I am still seeing quite a few hubs (not just my own) that have completely random hubs listed in the "Discover More Hubs" section. It would be really helpful to hubbers to know how the algo finds titles for...
by Ankit Sinha5 years ago
The page hubpages.com/learningcenter/Subdomain-Sudden-loss-of-Traffic has a broken link. The link in question is about 'Doorway pages' referring to some Google help page.
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
Hey Hubbers! Later today, we'll be rolling out a new header.The biggest change we have made is to streamline navigation bar. This leaves more space for Hubs below. To navigate to Topics, Answers, Forums, My Account, My...
by Peg Cole2 years ago
It might help improve the quality of our content if access to the Learning Center was more obvious. It used to be available from a drop down menu. Now, you have to go to Help and look for it.Incidentally, I ran across a...
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