You can easily share Forum posts on Facebook and Twitter simply by copying the URL and posting it into the status field. To share the entire Forum thread, the URL should look something like this: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/127930
To share a particular post in the thread, click "more" at the bottom of the post, then click "permalink," then copy the URL for the page. It should look something like this: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/127930#post2696120
That's what I thought, but what do I know?
by Sherri 8 years ago
If so, then please point me to it.
by Jamie Brock 4 years ago
Clicking Like on a Hub to share it on FacebookIf you click Like on a hub to share on Facebook is there a way you can filter on Facebook who see's what you Like from HubPages? I hope that made sense! Here's the thing, most of the people on my friends list would not mind me sharing hubs on my...
by Kate Swanson 7 years ago
This has been perplexing me for a while - has something changed or have I just gone ga-ga?Being in a different time zone from most Hubbers, I rely on being able to click the "Your" button to catch up with who's posted on threads since I commented.Recently I've been missing comments...
by Heidi Thorne 2 years ago
When the share window pops up for Facebook, it only allows us to post to our Facebook personal profile. However, I typically post hub shares to my Facebook Page. This option is usually available on other sites, but not on HP. Thanks for listening!
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
I post my hubs on facebook, my own timeline and on relevant group paages. All my hubs are working normally except the newest. When I use the f button on the hub, it posts to my timeline, but without the blurb. When I use the url to post on a facebook group page, the picture won't show up. All that...
by DK 6 years ago
This forum is a place for you to post hubs that you think are clearly of low quality and need flagging. Committed hubbers should follow this forum and check these hubs posted for quality when they have the time. If a hub has been clearly copied (for example from a PDF file that the plagiarism...
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