When I'm posting an answer to a question I see a button saying "make a Hub about it", this button only appears when I'm adding a comment, not on the actual question page itself, what I would like to see is that button just below the author of that question, so it's quicker access.
Since the original intent of the Questions section was to encourage people to write a full Hub as an answer, I think it would be a great idea to have the "Make a Hub about it" option far more obvious.
I agree, it isn't obvious when you first come to the page that you can choose to make a hub about the topic. And if you did know that part, it isn't intuitive to figure out how to do that.
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