At what point do you decide to hit delete on old and unfinished hub projects that you could not get the oomph to complete?
by Cheryl Simonds 19 months ago
How many times do you refurbish an unpublished HUB before you decide to delete it?I find that a lot of my creative writing HUBs have been unpublished because not many people are reading them. I keep fixing and updating them, but after a few weeks it is unpublished again. And so I...
by Elena 6 years ago
What do you do when people lash out at each other on your Hub? (in comments)Sometimes people have different opinions and argue in the comments section. They reply each other and it gets tense. Do you just watch the drama unfold, intervene, or delete the comments and wish you never published the Hub?
by Amy G 9 years ago
How can I delete hubs that I started and decided not to write? In my list, it has them still listed with a line through them. Is there a way to get them off of there? Also, if I make a title, then decide to change the title later, how can I delete the old title? (This is how...
by HoopBot 8 years ago
HOW MANY (if any) Hubs do you have unfinished at one point in time . . .. . . or do you finish them when you start them?
by Ania L 7 years ago
I couldn't find an option to edit or delete my question - I spelt it wrong so I wanted to correct myself and there was no such possibility. I know there is such an option for comments and answers so I can edit them for few more minutes but nothing for questions. I have asked people if they know...
by Faith Reaper 6 years ago
Would it be wise or unwise, or up to the author either way, to delete or unpublish hubs?Would it be inconsiderate to delete one's own hubs, even if they have had a good bit of comments due to only wanting hubs with a certain message, and would this lower the author's score to unpublish or delete...
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