Can anyone see their new fan mail? I am getting new fan mail notices, but cannot seem to view them
when you are under your account select activity and on the right side there should be a fan mail selection......I can see mine this way
no. I can't see it either. I posted a status update this weekend to let people know I would never deny fan Mail just so no one is offended, but over the last week I've gotten several pieces of fan Mail according to email only to see nothing new on the Fan Mail page but for once or twice.
Hubpage staff, what is going on?
Nick-I think carcro means that no *new* Fan Mail can be seen and that the location of where the Fan Mail *should* be is already known.
The reason might be that people are not writing you a fan mail but they simply want to follow you. To close the window that appears they use the button in the bottom right hand corner which is actually 'sending fan mail' button, but with no message at all.
It's a weird window, the button should be disabled if there is no message...
One needs to use x in right top hand corner to close it without sending anything.
Thanks Ania, that makes sense then. Thought maybe I was going loopy. lol.
Thanks Flora, you are correct as I was referring to new fan mail. I guess its a new format thing! Thanks for following up for me!
Thanks Nick, I appreciate your comments as well.
Thank you Nick, I have tried your suggestion, and It has worked. Thanks carco for posting this question.
It is possible that if a fan is reading you from say Twitter or Facebook, or some other site then maybe that is where the fan mail is too.
by Susan Reid 7 years ago
When I get a notification that someone has posted new fan mail and I click on the link it goes to a list of my fan mail which appears to be in reverse chronological order.The new fan mail isn't even there! I have tried looking on every page of my fan mail. The new fan mail isn't on the first page...
by Sherri 9 years ago
Might be a brain fart here, but I have a couple of fans I'd like to leave fan mail for...how do you find that option? TX in advance.
by SEM Pro 9 years ago
Naturally, receiving any fan mail is great. I tend to take things literally though so before posting, the question to tell the world what I think of that author stares me in the face and I write a mini recommendation.On the other hand, any fan mail received is more of a personal message or thanks....
by Brian L. Powell 6 years ago
Is anyone else getting a lot of people requesting you to follow them in the fan mail comments?I have had about three people recently leave comments that ask me some variation of "Follow me because I have have followed you." My first reaction is to deny the fan mail and to not follow...
by Sharilee Swaity 8 years ago
I started with hubpages a few days ago, and started following people that I admired, and whose writing I enjoyed. It asked me if I wanted to write fan mail, but I thought I would wait until I got to know them a bit better. Now, looking at the profile pages, I don't see anywhere where you can post...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
How many of you leave a fan mail to someone who follows you?
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