The new profile page does not seem to have "contact this hubber ", like the old profile does. Is there anyway to bring this back?
It is on the Fanmail page, which may not be the most visible place.
It wouldn't surprise me if the contact feature was purposely made less visible with the redesign to reduce instances of spam. A lot of site users had/have that feature disabled.
I think you're probably right, relache. I remember Paul E. once saying it was removed because it was being misused.
I don't think the spammers would mind very much if they had to just follow you before they could spam you. That's hardly a deterrent.
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