I read so many interesting Hubs on here, and some of them I keep coming back to. It would be wonderful if we had a feature that would let us "store" these articles somehow in our own virtual bookshelf; for example have a button in each Hub that allowed HubPage members to save it as a favourite, that we could access from our own Profiles. It would make it so much easier to revisit Hubs, rather than add it as a browser favourite (my favourite list is already a mile long!).
Most web browsers include a bookmarking feature that allows you to create categories and organize your links.
This link provides information related to using the bookmark feature in Chrome.
[paradigmsearch contemplates hawking one of his original hubs that addresses this issue, but decides not to.]
This is a fabulous idea. I would so back this idea because I to keep going back to hubs to see if they have been updated and also so i can re read great articles.
As we have a list showing us who we are following I tend to go back to those hubber's hub via that channel. Works for me.
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by Jaye Denman 5 years ago
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by Cathleena Beams 7 years ago
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by Crystal Tatum 5 years ago
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by DasEngel 3 years ago
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by Phyllis Doyle Burns 4 years ago
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