How happy are you with the changes brought to HubPages this year?
HubPages has gone through a lot of changes this year. The most recent is the reduction of two listings for e-bay. People have been very vocal about a lot of these updates and I was curious what are changes you liked and didn’t like.
I liked the lengthening of the time before a hub receives a noindex. (although, I do not believe a hub should ever have a noindex applied to it.)
I hate the removal of the RSS, Google+ and Tag features.
The changes haven't really affected me in any negative way. And personally I was glad to see the back of RSS, which sometimes worked and sometimes didn't.
With the e-bay thing I may be wrong but I thought the limit is 2 capsules per subject within the hub, or is the limit 2 capsules for the entire hub?
At first, not to pleased. But, now it seems that it has just become the norm. I really can't remember the way it was before the changes were made.
I am very happy with them because they are "cleaning up" the site, getting rid of the dross and making things better for all of us.
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