I have thought about this before. Often a hubber posts a comment that I want to agree with, but not have to type text to do so.
Perhaps a "like" button, or "Agreed" button could prove a quick and useful feature!
Why? To make the feed look like Facebook? How hard is it to type in +1?
I was not aware that it was being used as such.
When I see a +1, I think of Google's version social media.
But, if it works, I'm happy to adopt it!
Thanks for the info.
by Melanie Shebel4 years ago
The HP theme seems to be cutting off the facebook generated box thing that pops up when you like something on HP.(I edited parts of the image in purple, that part's not a bug, lol.)http://i.imgur.com/nGHy7.png
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What is the right way of correcting a Hubber when you know some info they write is wrong or inaccurate?
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I am not looking to name names here as this happens quite a lot on Hubpages, but can someone please clarify whether or not it is against the rules for a Hubber to come to your hub, leave a comment and then include a...
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