I hate the new format, and that my readers have to hunt for my work, especially since I write in a variety of niches.
I have read that after a person clicks "About" on the Profile page, then they can click "Articles." Mine doesn't work, when I click articles nothing happens.
Jean, only a teeny tiny portion of your readers land on your profile. Most are looking for specific information based on keywords they type into a search engine. Our profiles, on the whole, are only interesting to other hubbers.
Alternatively, a visitor can just click "articles", which seems pretty self explanatory and simple.
But clicking on 3 profiles today (mine, yours and Ragged because those are the ones here) the default was always to "articles", with the same list of hubs we've always seen. Did the default change landing spot change?
I think it was changed later last night. You know how usually there's a long list of our articles? It was about 1/4 of what it was. Then things kept changing. My pictures still long elongated.
I will get used to it . I never really liked the pale turquoise and light orange, although I like both colors. I always thought it was hard on the eyes.
I'm also not a great fan of the new format. I expect its just a case of 'it is what it is'--but my vote would be to default to the articles page.
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