Hello. I'm really loving the new HP profile design. However, it's impossible to intelligently navigate the "Followers" and "Following" lists because they are completely unorganized and randomly "arranged" in no order at all.
It's not user-friendly, and it's not good for non-hubbers visiting our pages. The impression is that it's a jumbled mess that HP, for whatever reason, hasn't given much effort to presenting well.
It's easy to organize these lists in alphabetical order, and I think many of us would like to see that.
by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
My feed is full of "shares" by a Hubber. HP recommends we do not share our own Hubs too frequently, why can't that apply to multiple sharings by the same Hubber for other Hubs. I don't think they...
by simeonvisser7 years ago
On Twitter you can create lists of people that you are following and you can see the tweets of only those people. I wish we had the same thing on HubPages so that I can put the people I follow into lists. This can...
by BenjaminB7 years ago
We need a better way to classify and group our followers and the people we are following,here is my suggestion at the very least.For Followers.A way to determine follower loyalty levels,perhaps a simple scoring system...
by Mary Craig5 years ago
Should followers be listed in alphabetical order?I mean wouldn't it be nice if all our followers were listed in alphabetical order...it would be so much easier to find ONE in particular....could be my Catholic School...
by Mazlan4 years ago
Why can't HubPages list our followers according to the date they follow? It will be easier to check through the list. Or list them in alphabetical order.
by Raye5 years ago
Once a user has been banned, they aren't following other authors anymore. However, they still wind up listed as doing so. Can banned users be removed from follower lists?
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