On our stats page, it would be nice if under each sortable category, there was a checkbox to make that category the default sort with each page refresh.
For example, I like to sort my Hubs by 1 Day Views. Everytime I come back to my page, it is sorted by Hubscore. I then have to make two clicks to resort it.
Would be nice if my preference was saved.
Not a big deal, but I think a lot of Hubbers would like this.
by Wendy Iturrizaga7 years ago
Hello HubMobsters, hope you all had a great Easter weekend. I am sure you did and to top it up the good news are that the Easter HubMobs reached a peak 7700+ views last week. Sweet isn't it?Want more good...
by simeonvisser5 years ago
It's far more common that you just want to give an answer than that you want to get emails about the answers of others. I think the option to follow a question should be unchecked by default (or at least make it a...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
The negative impact of writers having removed most of their e-Bay Ads from HubPages must surely be having an impact on traffic to the whole site in general. Of course, I could be wrong about this!If this is...
by innerspin3 years ago
It would be useful to be able to sort our hubs into categories on the profile page. This would make it easier for readers to see what else is available in subjects that interest them, and also remind writers to work on...
by Sed-me2 years ago
What if we had tabs on our account. One tab for poetry, one tab for recipes, one for how-to etc.It would have this cleaner look, instead of such a miss-mash. Right now, ppl have to scroll down thru (sometimes) hundreds...
by YoJDawg9 years ago
Paul, or Mr Pages as i like to say. You still never did the request a hub feature, i think it could work, better grab it before i patent/copyright/trademark/make love to it. Kidding of course, uhh yeah, just an...
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