It would be nice to have an rss feed of the hubtivity page available, so that we could monitor it in iGoogle or Google desktop for example. Anyone second that?
that would be nice, I get dizzy monitoring my last hubtivity...
We have to sign in to see Hubtivity - so would that make creating an RSS feed difficult?
We could do it, but it would mean that anybody could access your hubtivity. There isn't really any private information in there, so I'm not sure that it would be a problem for anyone. Anyway, we'll consider it.
That wouldn't bother me, but I suppose some might not like it. The widget (or whatever) could always be accompanied by an 'are you sure you want to do this?' message. Thanks for the answer!
I personally prefer it that people monitoring your every activity be signed-in to the site, just in case any conflicts come up.
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
I think it would be useful to have a column added to the statistics page that shows the total number of shares for each hub (Tweets and Facebook likes). There is not enough room to add two columns. So this could be a sum of all tweets and all Facebook likes in one column labeled "Shares"....
by Karla Iverson 6 years ago
If the hub comments are set to need approval before they are displayed, you can see that as someone who has commented. This would allow you, as a commenter, to easily tell the hub writer in a second comment if there was a mistake or serious typo without being concerned that it would be...
by Living Well Now 6 years ago
Why not publish a HubPages e-magazine? It wouldn't have to be as slick as the new Huffington. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/huffingt … 1550?mt=8/Sell ad space and split the revenue with Hubbers whose work is used. Offer it as a free, downloadable PDF similar to what Full Circle Magazine...
by WhydThatHappen 6 years ago
It would be a nice addition to have the RSS capsule come pre-loaded with our default feed address as an option. I always forget mine and have to navigate to my profile and back to the hub in progress to get the correct address. It would get rid of an inconvenience.Also, it would be nice to have a...
by Audrey Kirchner 9 years ago
Okay - I went with livewithrichard's RSS feed suggestion at beta.feedvalidator.org and when I plugged in my site, it said it was valid BUT....these 3 things came up - Do I fix those or click on the bottom line which says to create a new text link that they suggest? Or do I just do it anyhow...
by Savio Koman 5 years ago
My subdomain graded by a RSS feed site - Feedage.com, shows a great grade. So, the question is can we place the grade on our subdomain, which I would have normally been able to do, if I had my own site? What is the take of more knowledgeable hubbers and HP staff on this?
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