How do I see brand new hubs that have just been published?
I am sure there must be lots of talented new hubbers who would appreciate traffic and comments in their first days at HP and I'm interested in seeing their work, but I can't see how to sort hubs under 'newest'. I'm also certain there are a heck of a lot of longtime hubbers whose work I've not come across and I'd be interested in seeing their new hubs as well.
Is there some simple step for identifying new hubs (other than those by people I follow) that I am not seeing?
You can see a list of all newly published hubs with this URL:
You can start with the Hub Hopper. Also, anyone you are following will be listed with their submissions on your weekly HubPages Notification email. You may also review your list of writers you follow and that will include showing their last publication and how long it has been posted. ~WB
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