NO. I am all for change, and usually don't mind it. But I like how the old set up was, and likes being able to go to my profile easily and not having to guess to find the home page.
definitely "NO"! I went looking for the "Answers Icon" and the "Forum Icon" this morning and couldn't find them.
Also what's with this "Notifications" numbers. Does this change daily or are they accumulative from day to day, and how do they work in the scoring scheme of things?
Previous interface was much easier to navigate for technologically-challenged hubbers like me. After a few days of fumbling around, I will eventually manage to master this. I wonder why this change and what was accomplished!
The changes are great. Hubpages has become very organized. So refreshing
It's a bit different all right, have not been on for a few days and surprised to see the changes. Take some getting used to also.
Yes, it looks much neater and it simplifies everything.
I am digging it, the site is a lot cleaner and after a few seconds of being lost and am quickly back in action and liking the site. Good Job hubpages team!
Very nice organization, but somewhat frustrating as there is no longer this huge feed of hubs at the same time. I was used to going through those - but life is all about change and this will most likely have benefits. Change is good Keep that affirmation in your heart.
I liked the old header better. We don't need 'n-o-t-i-f-i-c-a-t-i-o-n-s' spelled out, it was obvious from the little number we had before.
For some reason, the drop drown menu hides things I often gravitated to, so I forget about them.
I'm sure I'll get used to it, though...
I didn't like it at first, but now that I know where everything is I'm getting used to it.
by Paul Goodman 6 years ago
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by Mary Hyatt 15 months ago
I just read on the Forum that another Hubber has passed away. I have often wondered how long HP keeps their account open along with their profiles, Hubs, etc.
by Jane@CM 8 years ago
How long does it take you to adjust to major changes in your life. For example, unemployment, a child moving out, a child getting married, relocation, starting a new job, etc.I'm learning it takes me about 4 weeks to adjust.And you?
by Ann Hinds 4 years ago
As I plow through the lenses to become hubs, two of them I edited do not show the change date of the edit although the updates are visible. Since I am using the date to keep track of the edited lenses, I keep re-editing them but the original date never changes. Is this an issue on HubPages or a...
by Kate Daily 8 months ago
I have recently been on overdrive with making changes to my articles. I am doing a lot of experiments with changing titles, changing headings within the articles, amazon affiliate capsules/link changes etc. Basically just doing experiments and waiting to see if traffic improves and/or amazon sales...
by Paul Edmondson 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers,We've been engaging with some outside help on helping bring more traffic to HubPages. It's going to be an iterative process where we take recommendations, test them out on the site, and adjust. The first round of changes we have been working on is the topic hierarchy. ...
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