It is so great to have this handy feature on Hubpages. Thank you so much Hubpages Staff
I'm so glad you like it sallybea! I've been waiting for the day when we could roll this out to everyone...
Thanks for the kind words, and major hat tip to Derek Gulbranson, who designed the feature.
Agree with you sallybea. I have been using this feature to improve my Hubs ever since I found it accidentally while updating a Hub. I did not know that this feature is not available for every one. I am happy I got a chance to test drive it.
I find it odd that some of my accounts have this and others don't.
I hadn't seen it until you posted. It's very cute and easy to understand. Not a bad idea for people who are unfamiliar with what HP has been encouraging people to include with Hubs.
This is great! An easy way to check out 'underperforming' hubs for specifics that need improving. I think it will be especially helpful to new hubbers, but -even as an "older" participant-- I can see a lot of value in this.
Is there a way we can see this without going into Edit mode?
Simone: I just saw this, tried it out, and absolutely love it! Thanks to all of you for coming up with this clever, well designed and helpful feature. I'll be very busy with it for awhile, but I already love the improvements it is helping me with. Kudos to all of you.
by Simone Haruko Smith 9 years ago
Hello everyone! I wanted to let you know today that we've got a nice, official HubCamp section of HubPages.com, where you can find everything you need to know about the different types of HubCamps (description, scheduling, etc...): http://HubPages.com/hubcampAlso available on these new pages...
by Kristy Callan 5 years ago
When I look at the questions section of hubpages I see pages and pages of silly questions. A lot of the time, when I click on "unanswered" or "latest" I see that the same person has asked ten or so questions in a row. I suspect that in most cases this is because of the fact that...
by Valerie 6 years ago
Why do you personally ask questions in the QnA section of hubpages?Do you ask questions to find out information you really have little or no knowledge of? orDo you ask questions to take a survey or find out the opinions of others hubbers? orDo you ask questions to inspire mass communication or...
by BringingSpring 8 years ago
Is the Q & A section a part of your regular HubPages routine, and if so, how often?What is your approach to the 'Answers' section of HubPages? Do you make asking and answering questions a part of your regular routine on HubPages, and if so, how often do you participate? Do you ask more...
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
You may have noticed there is no longer a tags section on the Create a Hub page, and that the option to add the RSS Capsule has been removed from the HubTool. On our blog, we have announced that we are retiring tags and the RSS Capsule due to decreased utility and use. You can find all the details...
by seb.nadackel 9 years ago
i wanted to use hubpages to write articles and make some money.How do i do that?where do i write the articles?.................how do i get the money?..........who approves of these articles?..............will i get a reply in my gmail account?...........just started hubbing to-day.
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