Make that "suggestion" ... Ahem ...
Anyway, I'd like to have the option (prior to publication) of either changing the hubs URL, or waiting until I'm ready to publish the Hub and then select the URL. I'd also like for the current method of URL selection to remain available... who's with me?
Other URL ideas?
Since almost no one types a URL to get to a Hub anymore, the wording of the URL is not as paramount as it was about 10 years ago.
If thousands of users can pick their URL before they make a Hub, how come it's so hard for you?
IMHO, it would be really cool to pick the URL later in the hub-making process. Of course, I tend to write directly in the capsules on about half of my hubs instead of pasting in. On those particular hubs, I'm making alterations as I go and often end up changing the title so it would rock to be able to change the URL as well. As long as the hub hasn't been published yet, it seems reasonable but I'm rather new and certainly hold no special knowledge about such things.
Anyhoo- great suggestion, I'm with you.
I agree, RooBee. That would be nice ... even when I'm pasting in already written sections for a hub, I could still be fine tuning the the precise focus and ton of a hub. The typical process for quality writing involves multiple drafts and revision, not just Keypoke, Paste'N'Publish.
If nothing else, it would give the perfectionists out there one more thing to keep playing with before sending a hub out into the world.
by Denise Mai 6 years ago
To share my hubs on social networks I need to go into each hub, artificially showing as a reader, to grab the link. If there was a way to grab the link without going into the hub, our stats would be more accurate.
by Christine Miranda 6 years ago
I was almost done with a hub and noticed a typo in the title. It allowed me to edit the title but it doesn't edit the URL.I can understand not allowing change after URL (ok, not really) but you should be able to edit the URL before publishing. When you click publish I think a box should open...
by DatsNice 6 years ago
If I revise my hub, how do I change the URL so it matches the title?
by Ben Guinter 4 years ago
Can someone please explain this to me, as this hub was on HubPages for YEARS and saw a ton of traffic, but then I took it down... and only recently decided to bring it back, because I remember how helpful it was and how well it performed.The hub's purpose is to prove if Bodybuilding is really the...
by Sage Williams 8 years ago
Hello Fellow Hubbers,My question is not how do I change the title after a hub has been published.My question is how will this effect links that I have already sent out. Will the links automatically be updated when I change the title or will they no longer work?Can anyone help me out on this...
by Jackie Lynnley 3 years ago
I know we can completely change our hub titles but I wondered if the first title we used is still ours or any there after for that matter even though we changed it?
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