All I see is Answers on the top menu of Hubpages. There are questions there with the answers underneath them, but that is lame!
Does anyone else think this is a bad format?
I liked it the way it was because I could see a bunch of questions all at once and scan through for some inspiration of what I may be able to write about!
Answers is where Q&A went
And C. Ferreira, YES, this format is AWFUL!
Good! I'm glad its not just me...how do we make it known to Hubpages so they can put it back!?
Perfect! Now that you hear me, is that enough to get it changed? Or is it that way on purpose and will likely stay that way?
Thanks for checkin' in on this though!
It is that way on purpose. We're going to leave it that way, at least for the time being, and see if it works better. There's always a lot of outcry when things around the site get changed, so perhaps it will just take some getting used to.
In the meantime, you can still see questions listed in the same format as before just by hitting "view questions" just under "Latest Answers" at the top of the page, which takes you to http://hubpages.com/requests/latest/
Ah! I was too hasty and did not see that button! That works just fine! Don't change it on my account!
Thanks for pointing that out.
It can not get better than it is now.
1. One can now see the Questions and sort them by the Latest, Hot, Best, Popular or Unanswered.
2. One can now see the Aswers and sort them by the Latest or Best.
What else do we want, and I believe HP will provide?
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