I just received an honor that I don't know how I got it. It said that my questions inspired 50 hubs. How do I find out which questions? I didn't know there was a way of accounting for that. WOW! But I am thankful........I guess.
I am admire you, seems I need to join more and more forums, to see if there are some luck falls on my head
In my account there is a options 'Questions' click it then you will know which questions have been answered
"How do I find out which questions?" - sounds like the makings of hub #51! ;-)
Thanks Ultimate Hubber, you're right I do know the questions, but the hubs are a mystery, but I don't want to make a fuss, it's not that important. You were so kind to weigh in on this matter. Thank you.
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