I wonder if HP would consider changing the icons for featured, non featured etc hubs to a particular color for each. The circle with the H, semi circle and circle are easily missed.
I agree. To find them easily you must use the filter by clicking the "featured" (at the top of the list) link.
588 hubs, wow!
Hopefully, I think I might be able to make your day.
I don't know how long it has been there, but it is new to me. There is now a "select a designation" filter on the stats page. Check it out.
We discussed this in our community meeting and have no current plans to change the icons for each status.
As Cardisa and paradigmsearch mentioned, you can sort the column by the status.
by Rob Welsh 7 years ago
How often do people consider changing their jobs during times like this?
by Lela 2 years ago
Are 15 out of 271 featured hubs a 'normal' number for hubs? Or do I still need improve this ratio? What is everyone else getting, approximately?
by Ashok Goyal 5 years ago
Do you know that HubPages has started providing icons alongside your Hubs to improve your Hubs?Under My Account settings all the Hubs of an author are displayed as Featured in Black, Red and Blue icon. While Black icons are featured hubs finding favor with search engines, Red Icons are shown...
by Rob Welsh 8 years ago
How often do people consider changing their vehicles?
by Efficient Admin 2 years ago
One of my hubs was an Editor's Choice, but now that designation has been removed.Is there a way I can find out why the Editor's Choice designation was removed? Also, on my profile it says I only have one Editor's Choice but currently have two.
by Eric Dierker 5 years ago
Does the feature designation really increase either traffic or revenue?Well I finally got a chance to do a light calculation on Featured versus "lesser" hubs. As for me the Feature designation does not increase my traffic or scores.Do others have different impressions?
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