"useful, funny, awesome, beautiful", why is there no "facinating" button for those amazing hubs?
There are some hubs that I have read and they deserve a facinating vote.
I agree. I find that there are so many adjectives available to us in the English language to describe different Hubs-why are we so limited?
I think that HubPages should allow us to submit our own word to describe a Hub and they can monitor, filter, and create new buttons based on our feedback. I hope someone "up there" is listening to this!
how about an "interesting "button, I think that is needed as that suits some hubs rather than the choice available !
I've wondered pretty much the same thing. I think the buttons there are not adequate.
I've often thought that, too. Also, I would like a "creepy" button added. Aside from using that for paranormal topics, it would be great to use whenever someone posts an especially odd hub that weirds out the readers.
I agree with the "interesting" button...
How about the "say what?" button. Sometimes I have no clue what people are trying to say.
I would vote for an interesting button -- or 'very interesting"-- I read a lot that I find enjoyable or interesting or informrative that don't necessarily fit the other categories.
Or how about a "creepy" or even a "retarded," how bout "pointless," or I know. . . . "spammy" would be another useful one.
Name your adjective, there are more adjectives that apply to hubs than there are published hubs, probably
It sure is interesting how your question turned into suggestions for additional adjectives. I like the creepy suggestion most. I hadn't really considered why the limit on choices of buttons.
I guess it is like a fast food restaurant where choices are added periodically. I laughed pretty hard at some of these suggestions so maybe these wise Hubbers are on to something.
yes , i totally agree with the member that suggested a possibility to ad your own unique comment . that will give more personality ...
by Tranquilheart 7 years ago
"That's interesting" is a comment I make all the time.So I'm glad they added it to our hubs.
by Blake Atkinson 7 years ago
What are some adjectives hubpages could add? Just to throw one out there...informational?
by Rochelle Frank 8 years ago
As many of you know, HP has recently provided us with a number of new ways to record feedback to the writers of hubs. In addition to just making ordinary comments, you can now add reinforcing clicks by simply checking the words "Useful", " Funny", "...
by Linda Crampton 7 years ago
The "Useful, Funny etc." ratings are not being updated on my most recent hub and on some other people's hubs. On my hub people tell me in the comments section that they've given me a rating, but it hasn't appeared under my hub or in my profile, even after two days. I've seen the same...
by mattdigiulio 7 years ago
What do you think of the new "Interesting" button?I noticed today that HubPages added another button next to Awesome, Funny, Beautiful, and Useful -- the "Interesting" tab. Thoughts? Feelings?
by paradigmsearch 7 years ago
Let us compile a list of why HP writers are awesome. I will start:We are still here.
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