If there is no reply from hubpages to a suggested feature does one make the same suggestion again? I don't know if the suggestion being considered or it has escaped notice. What doesone do in such a case?
You might assume two possibilities. First, the right people did not read your suggestion. Second, your suggestion is still being considered.
You might address the question to Team@hubpages.com Hope this helps.
There's the likelihood that your suggestion didn't grab enough attention from the overall of the community, which would have warranted at least one person from staff addressing the thread which you posted your suggestion in.
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