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Personal notes.

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    epsonok0posted 4 years ago

    I know that we can use the hidden capsule feature for this but my idea goes a bit further.
    A special pull down or button that allows an individual hubber to keep notes for themselves and save them in a hierarchy.

    Pull down title. "Personal notes." (placed in the drop down under hubber name at top.)
    Under that, Notes and reminders
                       Notes on a specific hub or hub group.
                      Create a new note.

    HTML base line for a suggestion.
    --Use the basic text editor that is used to create a new forum entry. That way hubbers should be familiar with how to use it.
    Its destination would be to a portion of that hubbers account and only visible to the hubber.

    Further implementation:
    A button on each note that allows the hubber to start a hub using that note.

    1. Cardisa profile image94
      Cardisaposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Not chasing you at all!

      But, I'm trying to see how this would help me as a writer and honestly can't picture but. I'm not saying it's not a good idea. It's just wouldn't be something I would utilize for various reasons:

      I try not to make HP my primary place to do my first draft. I have written hubs directly into capsules before and later regretted it. Reason being that if anything should happen to HP servers or if they should be attacked I would lose my work in an instant. So I use my computer and pen and paper for my notes. I would not want to save them on HP.

      I also prefer the idea of creating my entire article away from HP which is much more fulfilling  and accurate than when I do it in the capsule.

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    Beth37posted 4 years ago

    I have improvement ideas at times too, but to be honest, I never assume anything will come of them. lol. I work at customer service and ppl come up with complaints and ideas all the time... the thing is, if it costs an organization time or money with little for them to gain for the effort expended, they're not likely to go to any lengths for an individual. We've all brought up questions about the hubber score en masse and that really didn't seem to make even a dent, so I don't think the posts will... but who knows, I could be wrong. Good luck  smile

  3. earner profile image86
    earnerposted 4 years ago

    I should have read all the posts in this section - as I just posted a similar request.

  4. relache profile image89
    relacheposted 4 years ago

    Admin just suggested pen and paper in the other thread on this same topic.  You might want to give it a try, it could be novel for you.

    1. Cardisa profile image94
      Cardisaposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      lol lol lol