Where are the links for voting?
I have the habit of reading good hubs, voting up useful, awesome etc.. and sharing it with hubpages community or to other social media
But now I cant find those links in the hubs.
None of us hubbers seem to know. You may have to ask the people from HubPages. I miss them too. I don't know why they would do away with them.
Its in one of the HP notices.
This whole confusing group of changes that HP is implementing, haphazardly, it seems, are driving many of us regulars a little crazy and for me, are irritating experiments with no real data on whether they are improvements or just change-for-changes -sake.
The whole accolade system has been decided, by HP personnel, of course, to be essentially, CLUTTER. So, out they go.
Oh, Well, gather your wits and watch for what's next, I guess?
They have been done away with now. I think, it was prior to or after announcement of voting for Hubpages awards. Since that day, they have gone. May be it would affect the voting pattern. That could be one reason for removing them.
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