I've been wondering how hubbers save interesting hubs that they come across.
I think a personal bookmark function withing the hubber's profile, for specific hubs may be useful. This is better in contrast to the arduous process of (1) trying to remember the hubber who wrote the article (2) then linking from the profile page from where you have found that informative hub on specific topics (3) searching his/her hundreds of hubs, and figuring out the exact title of the article.
Of course, you can easily just use the bookmark function with your internet browser, but maybe it can encourage more 'sense of community' if you "favorite/bookmark" your fellow hubber's article. Also, it can be more accessible when you use multiple devices/PC/tablets/phones as compared if you just use the function of Firefox or Chrome of your home PC.
When people have made this request in the past, admin has pointed out that you can use your own browser, or any number of bookmarking websites/services that already exist, to keep track of Hubs you like.
FYI - there used to be a bookmark feature a few years ago, and it was discontinued. As I recall, it used up server space and other resources, but an analysis of it showed that the percentage of people taking advantage of the feature and the ratio of Hubbers who bookmarked hubs and accessed them afterward did not justify the upkeep of continuing it. Since that feature is duplicated in our browsers, it made sense to not spend time or HP resources to maintain it on the site.
I would mention that I've written a hub on how to create one's own bookmarking website, but that would be wrong.
It is quite easy to bookmark any hub by using your own bookmark function on your browser. There is really no reason for HubPages to install a bookmark function when we have our own personal one on our computer.
by Audrey Selig 9 years ago
I read a profile or a hub with a mention of a great site. You could just enter brief bookmarks, get paid, and backlink to hubpages. I tried the 20 best BM sites. Can anyone help me? Hey darkside, you might know. Thanks.
by Insightful Tiger 6 years ago
I would love to have an option to save hubs on some kind of reading list. Often I will be browsing hubs and find one that I want to read, but then something comes up and I have to walk away from the computer. By the time I come back, my computer might have fallen asleep, or my husband turned it...
by Giselle Maine 8 years ago
While I understand that hubbers might occasionally want to share some of their own hubs with their followers, it can be frustrating to see multiple 'old' hubs shared by their owner when looking at the 'feed'. I'd like to suggest that HubPages limits the ability to do this to a certain number...
by JS Matthew 6 years ago
I am not sure if this has been mentioned before as I do not regularly follow the forums. I know some time back we got rid of the "Bookmark This Hub" feature on HubPages because statistically, most Hubbers didn't use it and it was taking up valuable space. Here's a new idea (I hope): Add a...
by Glenn Stok 5 years ago
I went to my Global Comment Moderation Page just now to check if I have any new comments. To my surprise I saw a whole lot of them. But then upon closer scrutiny I noticed they are all mine, comments I left in other people's hubs as far back as three years ago. EDIT: Additional info: I realize...
by Sherri 10 years ago
Just now, I checked out Trish1048's hubtivity, and found that she'd reached a milestone of 91 Hubs being viewed 10,000 times. Actually, her Hubscore is 91, and she's written 41 Hubs. As for the 10,000 views, well I have no way of knowing. Hope this is helpful info for fixing some...
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