I like to help other hubbers to get their hubs Featured.
When I have time and I like to go back into the thread where I was discussing (sometimes it can be more than 2 months after the initial communication....and hubpages say " this hub hasn't been active for the past 2 months, please only post a comment if you have something truly beneficial to write" so asking if a hub has been Featured would be an inappropriate question here).
So how can I quickly find out the status of their hub
(i.e. by clicking somewhere to tell me their hub has finally been featured
and without having to ask them in the forum).
I haven't come across any way of seeing which hubs have been Featured, would be interested to know. Help determine a baseline.
Our hubs are secure like your own hubs, but if you want to see their finish hubs.You can click on their name while they are in the site. You can read their hubs. Writers are tremendously talent. If hub pages allow you to see their work ; you can see when their hubs were completely done. Have fun.
If you go to the Hubber's profile, you may be able to see if a particular Hub is featured. This depends on whether or not they have selected the show featured Hubs option on their profile settings.
If there is another way, I am unaware of it. Hope this helps
Not sure if there's a way to view other hubbers featured hubs without them setting the option to show featured only hubs on their profile. However, I know that my hubs seem to go in and out of featured mode.
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