Community News vs Freeform discussion? It isn't clear to me where any forum question I post should go. How do YOU decide? I don't see "topics" under Community News and "Freeform" to me means "anything goes". I just don't know.
It's simple once you know. Anything to do with writing on HP: hubs, publishing and related subjects goes here: http://hubpages.com/forum/hubpages. From there you can choose your category. I agree that 'freeform discussion' is confusing and probably should be deleted as a category.
Anything else: personal stuff, views, politics and all the rest goes here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topical
If you look to the top left page. It will either say "Switch to topical forums" or "Switch to HubPages forums". That's how you can check where you are
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