I just came across a really great hub today and wanted to mark it as a favorite somehow. It would be nice if I could do this within Hub Pages somehow. It was the kind of page that I wanted to keep as a reference/source for the future. I don't have a good bookmarking tool though and so would have liked to have a way to find it again if all I remember is it was somewhere on Hub Pages.
There was a feature like this on HubPages, but few hubbers used it, so they removed it. You can bookmark the hub in your browser, though.
I was using that feature, and bookmarking recipes like crazy. Also, I would save interesting articles for later. Well, for me, later never comes, and those stored pieces are forgotten because they are hidden from constant view. Now, I am much more selective about what I'm going to save. If I find this great piece of writing that I can't live without, I'll make a hard copy of it. I've established a binder that I keep in sight, and it also contains How-To's when it comes to online writing.
WritingPrompts, thanks for the suggestion. As Melbel rightly pointed out, we used to have a Bookmark feature. However, it was so rarely used, we killed back in the spring. In our research with users, nearly everyone bookmarked, but they nearly always did it through their browser or some browser plug-in.
With that, I will be honest in saying that it's not a feature that will return. Sorry.
by D Shannahan 23 months ago
Is there a way to save or favorite hubs?I want to save certain hubs for reading later, although I am on a shared computer and cannont bookmark them. Any solutions? Thank you!
by Efficient Admin 6 years ago
Is there a way to save favorite Hubs I find on this website, other than following it?I find many interesting articles written by other Hubbers on this website, but I don't have time to read all of them in one sitting. Is there a way I can "bookmark" an article written by any of you...
by Jason Menayan 6 years ago
I just posted a new blog post announcing the first stage in discontinuing bookmarks on HubPages:http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/03/bookma … hased-out/Some important points:- The only change so far is the removal of the "Bookmark this Hub" link on Hubs.- We will eventually phase out...
by ProfoundPuns 9 years ago
I love HubPages, and I love the idea of joining a Hubber's Fan Club. What I wish I could do, however (and maybe there is such a feature I'm not aware of?), is save favorite Hubs. I've found Hubs that I love or are very helpful in building my own Hubs (such as darkside's Table of Contents Hub) that...
by Ponx 6 years ago
Ok...I have a silly question. Whenever I visit a fellow hubber's profile page I can see "Some of X's favorite topics" and the hubs categorized under each topic listed. I could not find how I can mark my favorites! Please let me know how to do this.
by I F Khan 5 years ago
I am trying to edit my hubs and it is not working. Tried on two different browsers IE and chrome cleared cookies restarted the computer.. still no luck. can anybody help??????
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