Why don't you have the option to edit a question after you ask it? Comments give you 5 minutes.
After you write a Hub, comment, or answer a question, you have time to edit. Why don't you have time to edit a question you ask?
by Susannah Birch 4 years ago
A problem I see with many hubs is that they don't answer a question. So my top tips:-Your title is THE most important part of your content for SEO. -Choose a topic that's low competition (not a lot of other articles ranking in Google for the exact same thing.) -Answer a question. Or even put a...
by GlenR 14 months ago
Why hm I allowed only 250 characters with which to answer a question? Some answers are much longer.
by Stacie L 3 years ago
Do you ever answer a question even after the Best Answer has been chosen?I enjoy providing an answer to questions at times but sometimes there are already many answers, and decide not to. Have you ever given an answer to a question with many answers or even though the Best Answer was already picked?
by Sid Kemp 5 years ago
Hi Hub Techies!I'm running IE 9 on Windows 7 Ultimate, SP 1.This is a very precise situation:In this situation:1) I write a comment on a hub.2) The hub author has organized comments in reverse chronological (newest at the top) order.3) Possibly only an issue if several comments already exist.I take...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 4 years ago
A guest user commenting on one of my Hubs/ They wanted to cut and paste an image with their comment after they had successfully completed one of my Wet Felting Tutorials. They commented that they did not have this option! It would have been nice for me to see how her project came...
by Dr Mark 20 months ago
I have been getting one or two questions every day in my email through the new "contact the author" feature. The questions have been very important; almost always they are questions/details that can help other readers.Since these readers are sending emails instead of leaving the...
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