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Why does the graph at the top of the hubs listing page only show data through 26th of July??????
Interesting. Mine goes back to my D.O.B. on HP.
Not backwards--forwards. Mine, too, shows my HP "birthday" ..but it only comes forward as far as July of this year...and here we are over halfway throught September..
You are right. I see of what you speak. I broke out the magnifying glass and took a closer look. Based on my hub publication dates and recent traffic, the last date does not represent the end of the line (pun intended). The last date represents the area above the date. The remainder of the line to the right does seem to match up to the present. Only your magnifying glass knows for sure...
And why the heck have I not been following you...? Must be because you keep hiding...
I've always had trouble reading the graph. Mine goes up to August 26. When I look on the left, the start date, it appears that the middle of the date is where the graph starts. So the center of the date is where you look to find out what happened on that date. I do think that it is giving you all the stats, but there are just too many dates to be able to list them all for you. An arrow or something would help so you could figure out which bar actually represents August 26.
But since the scale changes frequently, it really is hard to make an accurate comparison based on what it looked like the last time you looked at it - what looked like a steep drop no longer looks as steep when it gets squished in time and scale.
by Andria7 years ago
... you spend ten minutes trying to thread a needle before you give in, hunt out your glasses, use them and thread the first try.Actually, it should probably read 'it's time to acknowledge you need to use your glasses...
by Max Dalton5 years ago
Does the graph on anyone else's My Account page not seem to be lining up with the views they're seeing on that same page? The numbers that seem to be illustrated in the graph look a bit higher than what it was reported...
by RUTHIE179 years ago
With all the talk about the newsletter being sent out anew, I'm just wondering how do I get it?Checked account and profile and didn't see anything about signing up. Of course, I'm probably just overlooking it...
by Anan Celeste6 years ago
Is God,a mean kid with a magnifying glass, and we are the bugs?I was told this this morning by a person that thinks it is so.
by Cholee Clay6 weeks ago
Under each niche site's more tab (upper left) you could search specifically for articles under that site. Is there a way to still do this? The search bar is gone and the magnifying glass makes me search all of Maven. If...
by Zsuzsy Bee7 years ago
I find it quite intriguing and often wonder how a user name is chosen...some of the names are quite easy to guess others I bet have most likely funny little anecdotes to go with the choice...My user name is really very...
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