Does HubPages list which Hubs have videos associated with them?
Just wondering since HubPages now wants videos in Hubs. I have placed videos in various Hubs, but I'm not sure which ones still need videos. Is there some listing on HubPages where I can look at which of my Hubs have and don't have videos? Thanks!
If you go to "My Account" there is a section right in the middle of the page called "statistics." The fourth drop down menu will allow you to narrow your hubs down by the capsules they include. Cheers!
Thanks a lot for the instructions on how to figure out which Hubs have video.
For sure! Before today I didn't know about that feature either! If you feel my answer was helpful, feel free to vote it as the best! Thanks rock, I look forward to reading your hubs!
Hubs that have videos will show a little video icon against them. This is a quick way to see which of your hubs have a video capsule.
There is also the option to create a video hub from scratch.
Whereby you upload your video directly to hubpages.
As far as I remember. It has to be a video on your computer for this to work correctly.
No idea on that question. but one thing i understand only a few people use video capsule. but adding a video is worth and increase the value of our text.
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