If there is an edit button near to every hub name in the "My Hub Statistics Page" it would have been good. Sometimes we have to wait for long time to load our hubs and then click on the edit button.
By the time page loads the ads also will load and this causes unwanted impressions. If we can directly edit it just like we edit hubs from "Broken links page" it would be more easier. If an edit button is there in Statistics page itself, it would also decrease the unwanted impressions on ads. And we can preview hubs easily from the edit page itself.
I always thought of such a change when i had to wait for long time to edit my hubs. Hope others also have felt like that.
Good idea, I want this too. The hubs do take a long time to load before you get to click 'edit', and then you have to wait even longer.
We're working on a bit of a redesign now that includes a wider page. We should be able to squeeze an edit button in now.
Thanks Paul Deeds, this will be really useful to everyone.
Another doubt i have is ,
In the Statistics Page there is a Status called "New" which is for new unpublished hubs. At present this option is useless as the new unpublished hubs could be easily shown in "Unpublished" Status itself without showing it in "New". Only if the newly published hubs in a week's time or month are shown in the status "New" , it would have been more better.
thanks, this would be easy for us to edit the pages, as pointed shinujohn2008, we can click edit directly from our main MY ACCOUNT page. Further, awaiting see WIDER PAGES for the table to see all my hubs statistics.
I agree with that.
And perhaps you may look at the possibility of including the date when the hub was first published immediately after the hubber's name. As it is now one has to look at when the first comment was made.
by katiem2 7 years ago
I constantly look for ways to improve a hub, old, new or middle aged. It seems each time I'm brought back to a hub, by a new comment or notice any opportunity to change it I do so.Now when we do that, the hub is no longer active until reviewed. It becomes unpublished. Most of my changes...
by The filled mind 10 days ago
I just tried to publish my second article but I keep getting the same message I received when I tried to publish my first article, that it was still unpublished. Can some one help with this?
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
Is it possible that, even when a Hub is in Idle Status, it could still be found on the Web and get views and thereby come out of Idle Status? I ask this because I was searching the Web on a subject and accidentally found a Hub and when I checked the Hubber's profile, this particular Hub was not...
by Danielle Perez 4 years ago
Why is the "edit" button missing beside my unpublished hubs when viewing my account on my iphone?If I can create hubs from my phone, why can't I edit them?
by MemphisYankee 6 years ago
I've got a few hubs in the works that are unpublished, but somehow they are getting page views. I'm sure they aren't published (some of them are just titles to develop for later) and they show up in red on the "my accounts" page. I'm perplexed. Anyone else had this...
by Kelley Eidem 5 years ago
I really do need some help to remedy this.All that was done was to change the Kindle price of my book from $3.99 to $4.99. One digit and my page is DOWN.For that, the hub page - which has over 400,000 page views so far and sometimes gets several hundred visits a day - is now off line for probably...
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