I may get opposition to this but thats okay.
In my opinion there should be a limit of words on forum posts. It would keep the forums moving along and personally if I open a forum post that reads like a book I am so gone.
Not sure maybe 100-150 words and maybe thats too long.
I know the point has probably been brought up already.
What do you think.
I dont know, maybe there should be like, make a hub link, like in the "questions" thingy..I know that people should get to say what they want, but when a post is like...pages...I dont read it.
Hey...just for the record...your at about 71...if you count the numbers as words...
Dave I think thats a fair point because to limit both ends Q&As would be a little faster and would encourage participation. It might keep things on topic better also.
I've often turned forum posts into prepublication hubs, sometimes they turn into hubs, sometimes they don't.
No limits, some idiots like me just need to learn how to edit out the former quotes better.
by Marina 3 years ago
Hi Hubbers, I have an important policy announcement regarding product capsules and moderation. Beginning tomorrow (1/28/2015), all newly published and edited Hubs will be subject to an increased words per product limit. Instead of 50 words for every product, a Hub will be required to have 100 words...
by Kate Swanson 3 years ago
Janderson just submitted some great suggestions on this thread:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/126313#post2666393and I think this one deserves a suggestion post on its own.We're always being told to be discriminating with our Amazon capsules - less is more, they must be directly related, etc...
by Kate Swanson 8 years ago
Would it be possible to introduce a word count limit on forum posts?Look at the forums and you'll find there's never a good reason for a long forum post.Spammers write a long post to advertise their DVD ripper or whatever. Religious fanatics write a long post to preach. Confused newbies...
by lyricsingray 5 months ago
You can say anything you want.ButIt has to be 3 words > no less, no moreas many posts as you would likeso,LET'S START NOW
by Ken Kline 3 years ago
I just left some fan mail for a brand new hubber who has not even started. It would be nice to have an option only when no hubs have been written, to detail we are welcoming the new Hubber onboard.
by Geekdom 5 years ago
Is there a limit to capsules and words in a hub?I have been doing a series on LEGO sets and for one series there are close to 40 sets. These hubs have lots of words and capsules in their design. Is there a limit? I am trying to figure out if I need to break this one up into two parts.
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