Where is the List of Topic categories on HubPages?
Can anyone tell me where the complete list of topic categories has disappeared to on HubPages? It is no longer to be found under 'explore' in the menu at the top of the page.
It is under explore. Under explore click on hubs and you will see all the topics on the left. Hope that helps:)
Hi Alun, As far as I know there is no longer a complete list. Now when you explore Hubs the category topics are listed, but what you get is pages of random featured Hubs to choose from. There is no index, and no way to find latest, hot, or best Hubs on any topic
Hi Alun, someone posted this link to the 'latest' hubs page in the forum just now, so I guess these pages are still available, but no idea where to find the links. http://hubpages.com/hubs/latest/
Thanks snakeslane. What you say seems to be right - it appears that although the topic categories are accessible, the whole list of hubs in each topic is not. It's a shame if some hubs - not only idle ones? - cannot be found in 'Topics' now.
Well! as management guru says, only thing which remain constant is Change. therefor HP also keep on changing in order to make it better. Now you can find topics under the tab, explore>hubs and on the left-side, all the topics. But now, we cannot find best, latest and hot hubs.
Thanks. As snakleslane says, the 'hot, best, latest' breakdowns still exist, but I haven't found them yet except via the URL she provided. As for the Topics, the intent is good, but if all change was for the better we'd be living in a Utopia now :-)
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