Where is the Daily E mail of Hubs by Hubbers I am following ?
What the Hell happened to the nice Email I used to get everyday from Hubpages telling me about Hubs by those I follow ?
Now I have no way of keeping track... or them of me ...
Put it back or tell me where you stuck it !!!
I've noticed this too. I haven't changed any of my settings, so I don't understand what went wrong here.
I noticed we have to come check now. They must have made some changes.
I miss it too. It seems to have been replaced by HOME, where one can meander down several lanes of new hubs (some by writers I follow, others unfamiliar--which is probably the reason HP now does this), as well as my email "notifications", which is a short list of hubs by some of the writers I follow, plus notices of comments for hubs on which I didn't "un-check" the box that says to "Follow this hub's comments."
Ah, well...it seems that the HP Team equates change with progress.
Yep ! Looks like the HP Team have FUBAR'ed yet another previously useful Hub feature.
When are they going to stop Dicking around..... " If it Ain't Broke guys.... It don't need fixing !
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