Is there a convenient way to link a request to a hub you've already written? A lot of the time, I wish there was a button that let the requester know "This hub already sort of answers that question" but I can't find such a feature. Any help?
A lot of us wish that, but at this time, there's no way to do it.
Is there an easy way to send the person a note that says "Hey, you might want to check out this hub."?
You can contact that hubber. It would be an email from you to them via hubpages, but it is possible.
by WeddingConsultant 9 years ago
I know that hubpages really pushes for new hubs to be created, and rightfully so. However, I'm thinking it would be nice to be able to "answer a hub request" with an existing hub.So if someone does a hub request for something I've written on (revver videos, for example), I can simply...
by mroconnell 10 years ago
Can you answer your own requests? When you make a request, it immediately brings you to a screen with the prominently featured red button that says "answer this request". It feels like abuse to make a request and answer it yourself, so I'm not doing it. But I feel like...
by Christy Kirwan 23 months ago
Hi Hubbers,Check out the HubPages Blog when you get a chance to read about our two new features. Feel free to post here if you have any questions or if anything isn't clear.
by Mark Bennett 10 years ago
I was just wondering, because I just made a Hub that answered a request from three months ago, is there actually any point in doing that?Will anyone other than my small-but-much-loved-and-appreciated band of fans ever know I wrote it?
by James Paterson 10 years ago
I published a hub today before i realised that it was asked in the hub request section of this site is there a way to incorporate the hub with the question.....jimmy
by Whitney 8 years ago
Have you guys noticed an increase of personal requests? Or is it just me?
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