Does anyone else find it a bit irritating that when you go to your 'My Account' page you have to scroll through your articles to find the one you're looking for?
Quite a few times now I've wished that I could search for a specific article out of all my hubs instead of having to scroll through them all.
I think this is a good idea which Hubpages should consider. It would make things a lot easier for writers/publishers.
Your browser search function will work fine and dandy for this. Use ctrl+f or the F3 key.
As well as Crl+F, you can use the filter to narrow down the search by site.
In the meantime, you can just go to Google and search your article title.
And while we are at it, clicking the column headers will sort the column.
You don't need to scroll down the whole list of articles. Just click Ctr F in Windows or Cmd F in Mac and just type in one word that appears in the title you are looking for. (F = find)
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