I find that I frequently wish I had a button that moved my picture capsules to the top of the page.
While the Reorder page dialog on the right is handy, it causes the entire page to be reloaded and involves two clicks to get something to the top of the page(I know lazy )
Perhaps in large part, this could be fixed on my end by planning ahead, but having a button that moved the capsule automatically to the top of the page would certainly be handy...
We are planning to add this ability sometime in the (hopefully near) future. Anything we can do to make it easier to build a hub is worthwhile. Thanks for letting us know that you would find this feature useful.
by JS Matthew6 years ago
I am surprised that it is so difficult to navigate on the site to ask a question. Why is there no "Ask A Question" button right on top next to "Topics", "Hubs", "Answers"...etc?
by Luis E Gonzalez3 years ago
I just wanted to share that I have had the " scroll to top" button for Chrome for some time now and I encourage everyone to have it. It saves a lot of time when viewing large files since one push and it takes...
by innerspin4 years ago
Don't know if this is the correct term, but my back button, arrow thingy, doesn't seem to be working for question/answer. It's also refused to work on a hub just now. It seems to work fine everywhere else. Have tried...
by Verlie Burroughs4 years ago
Is there any way to add this feature to Hubs? Something similar to what you have in the forum? Would save a lot of scrolling when you're at the bottom of a 300+ comment thread.
by Sondra Rochelle5 months ago
Anybody else having this problem. It's very frustrating. Started yesterday. All suggestions welcome!
by Sally Gulbrandsen16 months ago
I have a green comments button next to my profile picture at the moment which when I click on it in the usual manner to respond takes me to a page where I can't see the comment to respond to it. Is anyone else...
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