It's hard now to remember what the old HubPages looked like, but it just seems more difficult these days to see all the hubs a person has written when you're on their profile page. I'm not a big fan of the "latest/hot/best" and "favorite topics" section. I know you can click "more" I think and then you end up with a list similar to the "Hubs" button on top, but why not just have that anyway?
I just know that when I see that a person has 50 hubs, I'd expect to see a list of 50 hubs somewhere, but it seems hard to get there.
What do you think?
I agree, there's a lot of duplication when you click on latest, hot, and best. You finally have to click more to see them all.
I'm afraid a lot of people will give up before they find the list.
I agree. I think it should be a full page of their hubs and the newest ones should be displayed first with the red "New" sign next to them.
I agree, it just seems more cumbersome. Does anyone really care if it's hot or best? Latest might be come in handy if you're checking up on what you might have missed.
Besides, I don't want to have their hot or best hubs thrust at me. I want to see the hidden ones that perhaps WOULD be their hot or best ones if we could only have a stab at looking at them! LOL
by Escobana 5 years ago
Anyone else missing this feature? I don't even understand very well, where to start this discussion in the forum.I know Hubpages is changing many things and most of these changes I like or I don't but taking out the easy way of searching for latest Hubs or best ones, is an absolute bummer to me.I...
by Paul Edmondson 2 years ago
Hello Hubbers,We are going to be switching latest Hubs out from the sidebar of Hubs and going with Hot Hubs. As always, we are working on several changes that we hope are improvements. This should be live today or tomorrow. Best,Paul
by Anthony Goodley 8 years ago
I noticed many users have the "Some of Username's Favorite Topics" section on their profile page. Is this automatic once I publish enough hubs all in the same category? Or is it something I must do that I'm missing? Thanks
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
Surely Best should consist of only the best writing. If so, why are these Hubs not all Editors Choice Hubs? Latest should consist only of all recently published Hubs which have passed the QA. Hot should be those Hubs which are currently receiving traffic.The forum and questions...
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
I am still trying to make some decent money here because my monthly earnings are still down and dropping. So I thought I would ask for suggestions here for subjects that are known as good moneymakers. I want to see if I can write good enough hubs to generate the money. I don't care about what the...
by Kathleen Odenthal 4 years ago
"All Topics Featured Hubs" section.... how do they choose the hubs?When you click on hubs, you go to All Topics Featured Hubs. how are those selected?
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