Is there a way of knowing if your question was answered with a hub?
I noticed someone had answered one of my questions with a hub because I just happened to see it on the HubPages feed. Is there another way of locating these hubs?
Yes... you will know that.
You need to follow your question. Whenever someone answers either a few lines or a hub, you will be notified through email (provided you have set that option in your profile to get notification through emails).
I get notification whenever someone answers the questions which I am following!
When someone wants to make a hub about a question, they need to hit the 'answer this question' button first. You should get a notification or email (if you are following your own question). Go to your 'Activity' at your questions and see if there is anything there.
The exact same answer that everybody else has said, and also if you look down the answers...the people that have answered with hubs have the 'read more' option which takes you to their hub.
by Zara Rasul 6 years ago
How often do you answer a question with a hub?
by Glenn Stok 6 months ago
By using a different email address, I tested the notification people receive who ask a question. I posted a question as if I was someone else and I answered it. Here are some issues I discovered:1. It took two or three days for the notification to be sent.2. The wording says "Glenn Stok has...
by Ari Lamstein 7 years ago
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by starme77 8 years ago
I mean we all know all they have to do is look the answers up up right , instead of asking over and over and over , The reason I'm asking is because I just read a hub calling new hubbers questions stupid, I personally don't think any question in this world is stupid , if one never asked...
by Danielle Farrow 6 years ago
Is there a way to link the created hub (http://daniellefarrow.hubpages.com/hub/ … hakespeare) to the question that stimulated it (http://hubpages.com/question/147031/wha … hakespeare)?When using the button that comes alongside the 'submit answer' button, there is a link between the...
by Tessa Schlesinger 4 months ago
Is there anyway of turning all the questions off without my having to go through every single article I have written to remove them one by one?It is destrucctive to my articles, because people either ask stupid questions or they make a statement there. The statement is lost because I am now going...
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