You know the little goals area, where it tells you your word count and helps you aim towards writing more or including more in your hub? That's not there, and hasn't been for my past three hubs that I've written.
However, when I go back and edit old hubs, there it is!
So I wonder if I've just clicked on something to hide it and now I can't find it again, or if it's a glitch.
Any help is much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I think it depends on the format you chose. I guess choosing something related to articles and writing shows that word count thing and poetry format doesnt
But I have since written another informative article, (it's not featured yet so won't show up on my page) and that didn't have the widget either.
I'm not really sure. Judging by the fact that im new to hub pages.
It usually only shows up when your hub is in "edit" mode. Is it showing up then?
No, it isn't showing up when I initially create the hub, nor is it show up when I go back to edit the hub after it has been published.
Like I say, the older hubs that I've written do show it. I wonder if it as glitch unique to my computer?
Amy, the "Need Some Goals?" box will not show up on poetry hubs. Your last two hubs are poetry -- are they the ones you are speaking of that the 'goals box' is missing?
I just created a hub yesterday and it was there. Perhaps it is just your computer, or perhaps your browser?
I've tried taking a look in another web browser, still no success though. I have no idea what's going on.
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