Why do we have an accolade for number of questions made?
It only seems to encourage nonsensical questions that are only asked for the sake of asking.
It shows we are active in the Hub Page community. It also provokes the creative process. We can learn as much about the world and ourselves from a good question as a good answere.
I've got one for 50, but I never had one for 10. . .go figure. I also sometimes have accolades that show up, and disappear. Yes, I have ghost accolades.
by DougBerry4 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by Sneha Sunny7 years ago
Is it necessary to close all the questions to get the accolade for 10 questions?? if yes then please tell me how can i close the question. in the old "my account" it was easy to close but now in this new one i...
by Michael Willis6 years ago
OK, on the Commenter;leaving insightful and engaging comments Accolade there is a "grade/ranking level number.What does this mean and what is Good and what is bad!In other words..whose comments are...
by Solaras2 months ago
Is there a reason we can't add 5 million to the accolades? I know this has been asked before, but I can't recall anyone from HP acknowledging the question. It is such a distance between 1 million and 10...
by Nick B7 years ago
If so, why and would that entail being given a reason?I ask as I had an accolade for helping new hubbers and highlighting bad posts, but now it's gone -- the "" sign.Yesterday it was there and today it...
by Writer Fox4 years ago
I went to a Hubber's subdomain page and there are no Accolades. The Hubber has over 100 Hubs, but not a single accolade - not even the one for having 10 featured Hubs! Why is this?
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