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Is there a way to tell when you have already visited a Hub Page?


I have visited a lot of pages, and being new I can't always tell which ones I've visited until I read down the pages some. Is there a mark or something that let's you know that you have already been to a specific Hub? It would save a lot of time if there was.

 

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Janis Leslie Evans (janshares) says

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    Fay Favored (favored) 3 years ago

    Thanks janshares. This will be helpful for short term, it's the long term that I was looking for actually. I guess most can remember all they've visited, but I have a problem with that. Thanks for answering.

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Peeples says

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    Fay Favored (favored) 3 years ago

    I don't have Firefox, and I do keep the follow tab on until the person has responded just in case I need to reply. After that, I don't keep following a page. Wish they has something like this on the pages, it would be nice.

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The Examiner-1 says

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    Fay Favored (favored) 3 years ago

    Thank you. Appreciate your answer.

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    Fay Favored (favored) 3 years ago

    I sort of gathered that, but it would be nice if there was a little box checked on the top so you could tell you've already been there before scrolling down to see your name somewhere. I'd move on to another article.