Ok this is to the hubstaff or the smart peeps like Darkside or Sunforged, can you keep yer hubs as they are but change yer Hubname, if yer about Maddie can you answer that ?
As far as I know, you cannot change your hub name, unless you start or open another account.
That's my take on it.
I guessed that as well, just checking to get Maddie, Paul Deeds or Darksides view on it !
oh c'mon now...our view isn't good enough for you? ....
honestly lately i have also wanted to know this too-can everything stay the same, just change the name?
It means TattoGuy is gonna be replaced by BadCompany !!
whew...! such a relief....means we can make ourselves feel at home now......
Hello, bad company.
You don't need Paul's opinion on this. The simple answer is that it's not possible. What you do is to save all your hubs in your hand disk, then delete your account, start another account with your new name, and then transfer all your hubs to the new account. It's a lot of manual work to be done by you.
Art, Bad company, Bad co, Pirate girl, Simon Towel, tattoo guy...(did I miss out anyone?)....oh you could run your very own forum and it would still be a success!
p.s. am sure there were two others I'm missing...
I was only ever one person, BadCompany, and I will be again, be true to yerself. The Captain will return !
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