How can you find out which pages you inspired?
On my profile it says my questions have inspired 100 hubs. Is there a way to find out which ones, so I can check them out? Thanks for your help!
I don't know if this will help but try this:
Go to your 'account' page and click on 'question' in the top menu!
On the right of that page you will see a list of the 'questions' you have asked.
Underneath the 'question' you will see a list of the 'answers' which you can then click on the answer to see what answer you received
Thanks for trying to help both of you.
Those suggestions don't pull up the hubs that I may have inspired by my questions. I searched the subject of a lot of my questions and it still doesn't help because it wants me to sort through thousands of pages on each individual subject of each question.
Why are they telling us we inspired hubs if we can't find them?
Hmm.. maybe it's just to encourage us and that's it.
I would still like to know which ones I inspired so I can read them.
Great question and great responses. I don't think I've inspired anyone but it would be nice to know. I've been inspired by many but haven't written about it. Maybe when I do I will credit the person who inspired. Actually I got that idea from someone I follow..... hubber richtwf.
I'd love to think I inspired a nation to react, OK, well, now I'm just getting a swelled head. I never thought of this one and it is a good question. I have no clue, which isn't much help for you.
This was a bug in the website. It has been fixed by now. The text now says:
"have inspired the creation of at least 100 answers".
See this forum topic for more details: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/62158
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