When I go to Hubtivity, then Requests, the last request was made 2 days ago.
I know there have been requests since then.
I want to see ALL the requests. How do I get there? I've accidentally gotten there a couple of times but failed to leave any Hansel and Gretel breadcrumbs, and I can't get back.
I assumed that was like a FAQ so was ignoring it.
They recently renamed it, and it's not working so well for a lot of folks.
by intriguewriter 9 years ago
Has anyone made a million from content writing?
by pippap 8 years ago
How do I close a question?
by Ryan Rafferty 5 years ago
accidentally clicked the back tab on my browser and lost everything, all videos and pictures ets...was working on this for a few hoursMight be done with hubpages out of pure frustration
by fortunerep 9 years ago
could some of you post some requests out there, would like to see some new ones!
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