Hello fellow hubbers,
I am fairly new to Hubpages. I have created this account using a mail-id that I want to deactivate now. I have now linked my Facebook account with Hubpages. My question is, if I deactivate my email account (with which I registered on HubPages), will I lose access to my account even if my Facebook account remain activated? Or will I be still able to access my account on HubPages by signing in with Facebook?
Waiting for your answers.
GOTO your profile then Account Settings. There you will see a window for your email. It will show your present email address and can be changed. It will state it has been verified, so I would think if changed it will have to go through a verification process.
Unsure of an email address being a requirement. I simply do not remember. Also, I am unsure about signing into your account using Facebook.
UPDATE I just signed off and easily signed in using the Facebook option. So, one would think that option is available. Again, I cannot remember if an Active Email Address is a requirement for a HubPages account.
Without a valid email account associated with your Hub account you can not receive payments or notices direct from HubPages that your account may have a problem.
Accounts where admin cannot contact the owner and there is no user activity for a year may now be entirely unpublished by admin. This is a new feature added over this last year.
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