Hi, it's me again. While I'm on this page (http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats), I'll note that the icon indicating that a hub is featured does not print or export to .cscv, which I like doing for analysis and flagging problems/checking progress. Could a character please be put into place there or something?
I've attached a screenshot of a PDF file printed from this page, which has results just like my regular printer: no icon or indicator of which are published or not. The same case is true for CSV files--the field is always empty.
Again, I think I've included all of the stats you requested below, along with the screenshot of the PDF file. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
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As with the Hub of the Day icon, this is not a printable character.
You can sort by featured status by clicking the column header.
You can then take a screenshot and print that.
I think it might make sense to ask for the featured status to be in a field on CSV export. I have moved this to the feature suggestion forum so other users can give their feedback.
Thanks, Matthew! I appreciate your help! If others are like me, it would save us time.
The featured columns has been added to the CSV export. Let us know if you have any questions.
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