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I noticed that the forum categories have been changed (reduced!) again!
I had a food/cooking question, but no more food/cooking forum. So, I posted it in 'freeform discussion' (aka 'sandpit,'), and under the 'choose topic' at the top of the page where you are actually typing in your question, I selected for 'food/cooking.'
There were no error messages; nothing that said the category no longer existed, but "poof" my question never showed up--it's gone. I went back to the 'freeform discussion' category, filtered for "your questions" ..and nothing came up.
What happened, here? Why can I not find my post (and hence, any answers I may get to my question)? That is, assuming the question was not just zapped into some black hole of non-existent categories, and no one else will see it either, negating the possibility of any answer....
Is this your question? http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/112542
It was hiding in DzyMsLizzy profile activity.
Ohmigosh..you mean, after 3 years here, I still have new things to learn? Who would have thought!
Good evening DzyMsLizzy,
You might find it conducive to check with HubPages themselves, as it may be under review. Just an option, as I know that sometimes items are not approved to be placed for viewing for several reasons. I've been a part of the HubPages fam for 3 years. Take care.
At the top of the forums there is a button that says switch to forum topics. The food forum is there.
I like the new format.
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