Has something changed about sharing hubs, as I don't see the hubs I've shared of others on my feed? Thank you for answering.
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Oh, really, Ven ...seems like I used to be able to see a hub that I've share on my feed, but maybe that is not the case, but I am glad hubs I share do show up for others at least to see. Go to Pixabay free downloads and find photos; there are tons!
Thanks Faith, for suggesting pixabay. But it is also a matter of search with some keyword and tastes. And I like the choice of you people like yourself and Jackie Lynnley. Such appealing and stand alone images!
Aw, you are so kind, dear Ven. Bless you
Thank you, Faith. And my blessings too.
Strange for sure! Maybe the shared hubs I share show up on others' feeds?
Thanks moonlake, I have been having issues like not receiving an email when someone posts a comment on my hubs, plus other small issues. Wonder if it has to do with upgrade to Miscrosoft 10?
Thank you, Naveed Ahmed, Yes, I know of the change, and I am able to get to my feed, but why do hubs I've shared not show up in my feed?
Our own hubs do not show up in our feeds, as what I know about HubPages. Only hubs and content shared by people you follow shows up in your HubPages feed.
Oh, okay, well, that must be the case then. I thought I could see the hubs of others I share, but glad they are showing up! Thank you for the clarification. But others said they could see the hubs they share though?
I haven't seen any of my hubs that I have shared to my HP Feed. And I am replying on the basis of what I have observed here.
Thank you again, Naveed, yes, I haven't seen any hubs I've shared on my feed, but I don't go to my feed often, but when I did, I did not see any that I shared. Some say they see hubs they have shared on their feed and others say we can't.
We generally can not see our own shared hubs on our feed. If you see any, it might be due to some occasional glitch that sometimes happens. Otherwise, your own shared posts are not meant for your view.
Thank you, Ven, for the further clarification here.