I keep getting a pop-up that says "Something went wrong. you may want to contact the hubpages forum". It came on when I was searching the forums and when I created a hub and clicked the Amazon capsule. It won't let me put an Amazon capsule on my article. When it did it in the forum, it closed the forum.
@ Msmillar -- I just did have trouble. I tried to contact a new follower and the staff at HubPages said that "this page does not exist." I tried it twice. Go figure. On the other hand, let's all take a nap.
Yes, I've had that problem the past day when I've tried to add an Amazon capsule.
If this was a bug report I'd make it as "affecting me" too. I'm glad I'm not the only one but I'd rather someone figured out what's wrong.
I just contacted them. Just waiting for a reply.
I've been researching the subject but the other Forum Questions are talking about once the Amazon capsule is open and getting it to work. I can't even get it to open! I'm still looking though.
The Amazon Capsule bug has been reported to the engineers and they are currently working on a resolution.
This issue has been resolved. You may now add new Amazon Capsules in your articles.
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