I put this out on the Report a Problem forum and have had only one comment. Can anyone address this issue? Where is the hubteam? Here is the issue.
I joined HP on 3/24/08, yet my profile states that I've been here 2 years. What's up with that?
While it's nice to think it's been that long, obviously it hasn't. In fact, folks will notice that I've only published 45 hubs, and stretched out over 2 years makes me appear to be a slacker By the same token, 45 hubs in 17 months isn't much to get excited about either.
I recall seeing my Joined date stuck at 17 months several months back, and even that was wrong at the time.
So, to the powers that be, I'd like to know how I transcended time to arrive at 2 years of being a member
It was the weekend when you first posted this. If you want technical help from HubPages you should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mine showed 2 years long before I actually reached 2 years in HubPages, too. But I never really thought much about it.
Same here. Mine showed 2 years at around 18 months, if I recall correctly. It didn't occur to me that I would look like a slacker to others. I guess I didn't think people would be paying attention (and if they were I didn't care - we all write whatever/whenever it suits us).
I know it is so weird, I joined seventy days ago but mine still says 2 months instead of 70 days 1 hour and 23 minutes. Really what difference does it make?
It makes no difference in the scheme of things. It must have something to do with my proofreading/documentation background.
The system rounds. It's not going to make a difference. There's no need for multiple threads on the same thing. Be patient and people will eventually answer the original thread.
Maybe once you are 1 year and 1 day old you are two in hub years?
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