While I'm scanning for more hubs to read through some hubber's profiles, I found out that "favorite topics" don't display any hubs at all. I thought they were just hiding (because of too many hubs written for a favorite topic), but when I clicked on them, the page displays "No hubs found." Is this just a glitch? Or is there something worse?
saw the same thing today in 2 categories, not sure of the answer though, sorry. Somebody will for sure have the answer. Thanks
Gah, no one's posting. Perhaps hubbers are too busy in other threads and writing their own hubs. Oh well. I just hope it gets fixed.
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