Why doesn't HubPages show when an article is posted as a reply to a Question anymore?
It used to be that when you posted a hub as a reply to a Question, there was a statement along the side of the article that said something like: "This article is in response to ..." and then show a link to the original question. That was awesome, because we could follow the link to see what other people replied.
I just noticed that HP no longer has that statement or a link to the original question on reply hubs. Anyone know why did HP stop doing that?
I actually have the same question.
It really is cool if the question that inspired the creation of the hub be credited. And you are right, people can refer back to the question and see the discussion there.
I hope Hubpages will bring that back.
All I can say is that they eliminated a lot of things with the new format change and this was one of them.
good question, who knows
but i guess the format is always going to change
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