I have more than one HP account and now that all are under hubpages.com/@....., why do I still have to log out of one account to get into the other(s)? Why can't I log on just one time and get to visit/ work on them all by switching from say one tab/link/menu (on our profile page maybe) to another?
It's quite a chore and kind of irritating logging in-out-in-out just to get work done and as we no longer have sub-domains, I really don't understand why we can't put our multiple accounts 'under one roof'.
People with multiple accounts have always had to log separately into each account, even before subdomains were added.
You can't switch fluidly across accounts because each account has a unique email login. I know no site that uses individual logins which will cross accounts in that way.
There are websites which use one singular user ID but then allows the creation of multiple accounts under that, I belong to several sites like that. However, the architecture for those sites was built that way initially.
If admin can't even be bothered to address simple fixes like bad FAQ pages, I feel they will not be interested in restructuring the main way in which accounts are organized and work across the entire site.
I had forgotten that we had to log separately. It seems so long ago.
It will be nice though if we have one user name where all our accounts fall under. Too bad HP hasn't been fashioned so.
Nonetheless, i think it's something they should ponder on . . . something they should add on their 'to do' list.
by RS Junkie 5 years ago
Well I would like to have two seperate Hubpages Accounts on hubpages. One would be specific to a topic and a second would be about different stuff. I was wondering if this is aloud, and also if you can link both accounts to the same google adsense if you just type that same code into both affiliate...
by John Hansen 5 years ago
The "reply" feature seems to be missing for individual comments. You can reply to one comment but after that all additional comments only have "accept" and "deny" buttons. This happens to me on both my computer and laptop on both Chrome and Safari. Other hubbers have...
by climberjames 8 years ago
Hey, is it possible to use the same AdSense ID for multiple HubPages accounts? Just thought I would ask before I try and possibly mess things up - Thanks!climberjames
by Mary Hyatt 4 years ago
I've always wondered why some Hubbers have more than one account. Is this a good thing or not? The only thing I can think of is that after a person writes many Hubs, it becomes a chore to take care of that one account.
by Gable Rhoads 6 years ago
I've noticed a few hubbers mention they have multiple HubPages accounts. Why? Is it helpful to have more than one account? Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
by all_time_guy 9 years ago
this is honest question, i am asking. Due to some reason i had created another account on hubpages but now i want to know if i can use adsense in that account too or not. will i be get banned or not
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