What is the "status" about on your HubFeed?
I just noticed (hey, i'm not always the most observant!) that there is a status section on your feed. What is that for, and where does it show up? Just on other people's feed? Or on hubtivitiy? I was pretty surprised to see a status button! Does anyone use it?
Thanks in advance!
The status button allows you to share a status update with your followers in the HubFeed. The status update can include a hyperlink and a photo.
In addition, your followers have the ability to add comments to your status update.
The status update will only appears in the feed. The hubbers following you will see the status update the next time that they check their feed.
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