Does anyone know if HubPages plans to put the accounts page back in some order so it is like it use to be with the highest scored hub at the top and hubs not published at the bottom?
Why do you ask this? Do you have some hint and want to see if more people have it?
I don't see any possibility depending upon my sixth sense. Even the present form is quite good for me to locate the NIL view articles quickly. It tells which article has no view at all or lesser views in the present week and I can quickly share it again on social media for receiving some views.
My hubs on accounts page use to have highest scoring hub at top and in that order and now it is all mixed up even with the hubs I have not published. Just looks a mess! I can get it in order each time I go but then it messes up again. I just liked it as it use to be, in order all the time.
I don't remember the old order other than wasn't the default header sort 'Score'? Today the default header sort is '30-day' Views. I like that. The My Account page does not have the capacity to sort by by two levels nor has it ever from my experience.
When one clicks on a header name to sort by that category it will place a frame around the page views. I like that feature too. To sort hubs by published and unpublished just click on the header name 'Title'. The initial click will sort it with unpublished at the bottom and then alphabetically for both published and unpublished. Click it again and it will sort it with unpublished at the top.
You can reorder the Hubs Dashboard any way you want - just click on the column at the top and it will reorder with eg. biggest at the top - click again and get lowest at the top
So if you want to do hubscores just click on score and it will reorder by score.
however scores are essentially meaningless. what matters is traffic
At least mine seem to be permanently organised by "ever" traffic totals with the biggest at the top
As MakingMark said..just click on "score" heading until the highest ranked hub is on top. You will have to do that each time you visit your accounts page however. I doubt it will ever revert back to that as the default.
Ah gee! Yes I can do that but Mary says hers is always highest on top?
It certainly was easier to understand for some reason. I know you can sort by whichever heading you choose, but you have to do it every time you visit our Accounts page because it reverts back to the no order format. Some type of order would be nice as it seems so random now.
Why? It is not in a no-order form. It shows in weekly views order as stated by me above.
And, when we click to sort it changes the styles, but reverts back again.
So true. When we have limited time it is a lot to have to do each time we go back and for me that is many times if I am checking on several and trying to work on lower ones. I wish they would change it back. If it worked once surely they could,
Maybe I'm missing something in this discussion. My best ranking (and scoring) Hub is always on top, and the lowest is always on the bottom. I don't remember ever setting anything to have it that way.
Well mine is not; it use to be before they changed things but since then it is just scrambled and drives me crazy!
Mary, if you can study the view counts of each hub, you may find that it is placed in a weekly descending order style. Not based on total views during month or overall counts.
You can change the order back to the original view by clicking on score but once you leave the page it will go back to the default. Useful to be able to do this.
Yes, I know that but it is simpler to have them highest first than to have to do that each and every time.
Mine stays the same,highest first. Lowest is at the bottom. Never changed.
I don't understand. How do you see the highest always at top? It means your daily views and weekly views are consistent with no change at all. You receive more views for highest hub, then a bit less for the next hub and a bit more less for the 3rd hub and so on regularly. There is no change in the view pattern at all. Is it possible to be like that? I don't think it can happen consistently.
Default is highest at the top based on all time views (i.e. column headed "Ever").
You can also vary this and see which one came top on the basis of views in 1 day or 7 days or 30 days
It would appear that we all have different 'default' settings?
'7 days' appears descending Top to Bottom on my Account page
But my default is always on the basis of week's views. I see the top views during a week at top and then in descending order to the lowest viewed hubs.
And most of us have week as the default setting.
I have a hub which consistently remains at the top of my stats. It receives the highest, daily, weekly visits and has the highest overall views. It is however not the one which has the highest score though it is pretty much up there with the rest.
I seem to recall that the default was set to reflect the highest number of views over a 7 day period. I could be wrong of course.
I think you are right, as most of us see the default to be one week period.
I agree Venkatachari. I thought it was 30-Day. I just checked and the default is 7-Day views. There are hubs in the 30-Day and Ever Views out of order while the 7-Day view are in descending order.
Oh; I will check that out and see if that is how it is and it would then make sense to me! lol
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