I like that we are able to flag bad Hubs due to spam or whatever, but we can't do the same thing for posted requests.
There are lots of requests that are either spam, or posted by people who don't seem to understand the concept. A new one right now is "Generate my credit report".
Having a flag feature can let the rest of us keep an eye on requests and help keep them useful and informative.
That's a good idea. We tend to check the Requests section and remove inappropriate requests a few times a day, but often Hubbers' eyes are faster than ours.
We'll add it to our development queue. Thank you!
by Anna Marie Bowman8 years ago
I was just checking the requests page, and I noticed repeated request postings, all exactly the same, promoting some website. I flagged them. This is the link to their...
by C.M. Vanderlinden9 years ago
Usually the first thing I do when I log on here is to check out the 'New' hubs to see what's going on. I also usually end up flagging spammy hubs along the way. The thing is that the spammers seem to be following...
by Terri Paajanen9 years ago
I don't know if "vetting" is even the right word here, but I think we need some sort of approval process for new hubbers. Though I've only been here a few months, it feels like there has been a real increase...
by Amie Warren6 years ago
Since we are allowed to put affiliate links in hubs, how do you tell whether to flag a hub as spam?I was hub hopping, and flagged some hubs as spam, then realized they might just be affiliate hubs. When should we flag?
by francetales9 years ago
Help me get this bizarre story out. It just snowed like crazy in southern France, on May 15th WTFhttp://hubpages.com/_1fobr8he2hlgx/hub/ … nce-in-May
by The Examiner-12 years ago
I am searching for coffee at home - since I cannot buy it - and asking whether there is a homemade alternative.
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