I'm having trouble finding the answers I need on the help page. For example, I wanted to learn about flagship hubs and I looked through all the questions on the right side of the help page and there's no mention of a flagship hub. Then I found a link in one hub (written by a hubber) leading me to a whole help page on flagship hubs.
Is there an alphabetical index of Hubpages help topics that I missed somewhere?
There is not, but were are in the process of improving the FAQ. Hopefully, we'll cover more and more of the common questions there. In the mean time, you can always ask here in the forum.
Okay. Are you also making an alphabetical index of topics instead of a list of questions? It seems easier to look at an index rather than read all the possible questions. For example, instead of "What is a flagship hub?", you could simply list it in the index as "flagship hub" and when it's clicked, that's when you can display all the possible questions there could be about flagship hubs. That way things are organized more logically and they're easier to find.
Hehe... I don't think I've ever put so many smileys in one post. By the way, should I move this post to the Suggestions forum?
If I were faced with a big faq and I wanted to see if it had info on it about "flagship hubs" I'd use CTRL F and do a search for "flagship".
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