Has Hub Pages removed tha ability to flag questions?
I've looked at several questions this morning, including one in French,none have the flag button.
I'm still seeing the flag button in mine. So, I think it's still up.
I can't see the flag button on its usual spot in the body of the question (eg this page) but I see it on the question listings page.
I was going to say it was fixed but when I tried to write a comment under an answer I got an error message. There is a thread on the forum about it.
I just flagged a whole bunch of stupid/spammy/nonsense ones, so yeah, it's still there.
I just noticed something. When you open a Question you won't see the "Flag" Button unless you scroll over the question with you mouse. When you scroll over the question the Flag Button appears (small) and in Blue on the right of the question, just under the Green "Follow" button. I wish I could get a screenshot! Kinda weird if you ask me. I will forward this to the team and see if it is intended or if it is a bug. Nice question!
I just sent an email to the team with a link to this question. Let's see what they say, but remember, it is Friday and we have a Holiday Monday (in the States) so it may take some time to get an answer. If I hear back I will post...
Yup, I've got it JS, thanks, just run over the follow button and it comes up. They think we're all mind readers, why didn't they announce this.
All I can say is that HP has been doing A LOT of updates and changes to the entire site and sometimes they have to change minor things to make room for new ones. I never noticed this until you asked the question. Let's see what the staff says... JS~
As far as I can tell, no. You can still flag questions both within the question and on the main feeds.
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