Can someone tell me how to access the Learning Centre info on HubPro?
It used to be really easy to bring up a simple index of Learning Centre topics. Now I click on 'Help' and then on 'Learning Centre' and it brings up a load of capsules none of which mention HubPro. When I type HubPro into the search box it says 'No Results' (!) There must be results but I cannot find them. Cheers. alun
You can use the link below to access the Learning Center
https://hubpageshelp.com/standards/Lear … iting-Tips
I found something in the FAQ http://hubpages.com/faq/#HubPro-details
But I agree. I hate the new Learning center layout. It looks like a mess.
Open a new tab or window. If not already there, find your way to Google Search. Enter: hubpro site:hubpages.com
Using Google to search a site almost always gets faster and better results that using the site's own search features.
Thanks Brian. That brings up some useful pages, difficult to locate by other means. I've found the page I was looking for about Basic and Premium HubPro differences can be reached by clicking on My Profile - Edit - Account Settings - What is HubPro?
I never would have thought of that. Thanks.
It really shouldn't be that difficult to find all information on HubPro should it? For hundreds of years a simple index sufficed to find things in books. There should be a simple index on HubPages too
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