Do you believe that HubPages should provide a function to edit your Questions asked?
(Just in case you saw a typo in your question after posting?)
This would be very helpful. I do tend to proof-read my hubs well, but sometimes not my questions and I do have typos in them - very annoying. So to be able to edit would be great and save me a lot of red faces.
Yes, i would like to see that. I am always finding a typos in my questions that I missed.
Yes, this would be helpful since sometimes in the haste of answering we commit some typos.
Yes - a delay of questions showing up with an edit feature to fix typos for 5 minutes. Or a preview with no waiting before it posts.
That would be a yes. Indeed when we had made mistakes, we need to have it corrected otherwise it definitely looks bad. I love to have this function.
Definitely. I think this function would go a long way to helping HubPages appear more professional and quality-filled.
For those of us who are working to improve our writing, answering, questioning, and listening skills it would definitely seems worthwhile to have the ability to correct our work.
How about giving Questions the same few minutes given to those who answer? Perhaps asking for indefinite time to correct Questions would be too much to ask for, but if answers can be edited by the author, seems that questions should be given time, too.
If you mean a function could include satire, then I'm for it. I see no reference to Satire, but I see a lot of it implemented in posts.
For sure, once you post a question and you notice typing errors it's annoying you can't go back to edit. You can edit everything else why not this?
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
All day today (9/24), I've been editing a hub, and every time I click Preview I get a blank Preview box with no text or images. My hub is http://hubpages.com/hubtool/edit/3381417 . I use Firefox 15.0.1 on Windows XP.
by HubPages 6 years ago
Many of you have pointed out that it would be nice to edit Questions right after they have been posted (it's always embarrassing to find typos AFTER one hits submit), so the ever-fabulous Ari Lamstein made it possible for you to edit your Questions- so long as no Answers have been submitted.Thanks...
by Tom Fattes 9 months ago
First, I want to say that the following article was created many years ago and does get a steady stream of traffic. Unfortunately, I hit the edit button, and although I didn't publish the edits, it went through the quality process and was shut down. After attempts over the last several...
by Louise Barraco 4 years ago
Hi its Louise again, I was wondering if anyone knew how to edit your hubs so that they can be featured and how often you edit them. I am trying to make blogging into a part time job or full time job but don't know how to get paid doing so and I am a horrible editor of my own stuff. ...
by Lasantha Wijesekera 7 years ago
A member of another blog site has copied a part of my hub. Now HubPages has flagged my hub as Duplicate and says that my hub is a duplicate of the other blog site.I published my own hub "Jollibee Vs McDonalds - Filipino burger kings fight against global giant" after some research from...
by Dale Mazurek 9 years ago
Just got finished looking around at quite a few hubs and I really cant believe some of the garbage.I know HubPages is an outlet but there is also obvious abuse.Now I know many people use their hubs for adsense earnings and that is cool because I will do that as well. Adsense is a big factor...
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