What is the one feature you would like to see implemented on HubPages before aught else?
What is it you would like HubPages to do differently in terms of community management?
If you have anything on your mind, now is the time to share it. Please, participate.
I'd love to have a link in the forums where you can actually tag a hubber who is not in that particular thread. Kind of like facebook picture tag, but for HP forums. It would be really cool.
by bluewings8 years ago
Would it be possible to have a feature that let's you see which hubbers are the latest to visit your hub ? I understand that it can be known when hubbers comment on the hub , but not all do.So can there be a feature...
by NotPC3 years ago
Has anyone else noticed a serious drop in quality among the Question portion of HubPages? For the past several weeks, nearly every question that is featured in the "my account" section has been ripe with...
by Bruce Chamoff5 years ago
I am not sure about this and I know there are hundreds of forum posts where people complain that their hubberscores dropping and they don't know why.My hubberscore just dropped 4 points in 24 hours after steadily...
by Person of Interest4 years ago
When we disable the further-comments-posting, the above message displays.Instead of:"This feature has been turned off by the author."How about:"This feature has been temporarily turned off by the...
by DasEngel12 months ago
..which has been an interesting discovery for me. They have interesting content and perspectives. But they seldom come upfront. What are your thoughts. No, not yours. I'm asking the interesting people!
by Jaye Denman2 years ago
For the second time in less than a week, I just spent time opening "questions" that aren't questions, but nonsensical "garbage"--bits of a paragraph copies from somewhere and dumped into HP. In each...
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