So far, I've noticed...
They changed the Q&A stats page.
The "H" on the staff avatars has changed from a green background to a black background.
I wonder what else they've done...
The flag on our old profiles is now bright hyperlink blue. The flag on the new profiles still is not.
Ooh. This will be a fun one for me to follow, paradigmsearch. I'll play (promise not to spot anything but can confirm or call out the delusional. :-)
I spy an "a" on several Hubber avatars, "a" for Apprentice program.
On my hubs, I currently don't have "Similar Hubs" or "Other Hubs of Interest" or whatever they ended up calling them. Is this a glitch, or have they removed them?
Is this good or bad? I still have the two of my own hubs that are taken from our hub groups. I think it's good in G's eyes to have links in my hubs, but on the other hand the competition is gone and I have only my own two links showing.
When I spot checked a few of your Hubs, they were there. It's a section above the comments called "Discover More Hubs."
Is there a Hub, in particular, that you don't see them? If so, report it in the "Report a Technical Problem or Bug forum."
by Jane Simmons 8 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
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