What does the new "Share With Followers" option in the "Share It" capsule on our hubs actually do?
I just noticed this recently after another hubber mentioned it.
Does it send an email to all my followers?
It seems like I can use it more than once? I clicked it on one of my hubs, and when I returned later to that hub it looked like it was still clickable...
Some info from those who've used it and know for sure what it can do would be great! (Or even better, someone from the HP staff!)
Did you perhaps share the "glacier national park" hub?
as it showed up in my feed as "shared by edweirdo"
I dont have email from hubs enabled. So I cant answer that aspect. Id put my guess on it just posts to the feed.
I really only started using the feed in conjunction with teh 60Dc, i wonder how popular it is?
Hello again to you!
And No, that's not the one I shared - I shared 2, one about Temple Grandin and one about Green Living tips.
I clicked the "Share It" link above the comments capsule at the end of my hub and the new option to "Share with followers" appeared. I clicked but I don't know what t did...
I don't have email notifications enabled either, and that's why I don't know how this works - the hubber I heard t from is one that I follow, and I never got any sort of notification...
Any input from someone who follows me and has email notifications enabled would probably be useful
by Alfreta Sailor 6 years ago
Okay, so I had the habit of using the share button to routinely share my new or even some of my old hubs with my followers. Well, when I tried to share my last one, I got a warning, I don't quite remember the words, but is said in effect that it was frowned upon. Well I missed that point in...
by bankscottage 5 years ago
How often do you share Hubs you read with your followers?If I read a quality Hub, well written, enjoyable or informative, I usually share it with my followers. I do not share every Hub I read. How often do you share Hubs with your followers? Do you read the Hubs that are shared...
by carol stanley 4 years ago
Do you always share a new hub with your followers? How many of your own hubs should you share?Is there a specific number of times that you should share your own hubs with the Share button?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago
How many hubs should one share at the most for it not to appear as spamming to one's followers?Do you sahare hubs everyday? How many hubs do you share on a daily basis?
by Mary Hyatt 6 years ago
My feed is full of "shares" by a Hubber. HP recommends we do not share our own Hubs too frequently, why can't that apply to multiple sharings by the same Hubber for other Hubs. I don't think they can possibly read all those Hubs, I think it's done for other reasons.
by Glenn Stok 6 years ago
I think it would be useful to have a column added to the statistics page that shows the total number of shares for each hub (Tweets and Facebook likes). There is not enough room to add two columns. So this could be a sum of all tweets and all Facebook likes in one column labeled "Shares"....
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