I think it would be awesome for some of us hubbers who have written considerable amounts to be able to export all of our content to a text file with the click of a button. Copy and paste seems tedious.
I don't know how difficult this would be for the programmers at HP, but I would like to have my own copy of all the hubs I created. The only thing is, I would rather spend my time writing than copying and pasting.
All my hubs start in text documents, I then copy and paste them into my hubs. That way if anything goes wrong, I've got the original.
I wouldn't trust writing a hub from scratch from within a capsule, too many things can go wrong. Power failure, browser bug, internet connection dropping out... you could lose a lot of work if you're typing up original content online.
I didn't really want advice, as I already knew everything you added. I don't even want to waste time writing in Word. I just wondered if anyone else would like the feature I suggested.
It sounds like I am the only person wanting this feature. Never mind then HP people.
by Thallia Roberts 6 years ago
While entering "pant..." I got an interesting hub title suggestion:"Smart Ass Thong Panties for Moms Product Review"Sure is an interesting topic! I suppose it would be fun to write about, but it would probably get flagged.Has anyone else experimented with the topic/title...
by Sue B. 5 years ago
First, I want to say I think hubpages has made a lot of positive improvements to the comments features and has allowed hubbers to manage comments more easily now that we can approve and reply to all comments from our accounts page.The one change to this feature I would like to see is ensuring our...
by Making-Jewellery 5 years ago
I often intend to put a module either within my hub, or at the end, that might include some standard text/a link, e.g. that says "Copyright Me (Year) - Please do not copy and paste this article, but feel free to post a link using this url ....." or "Join Hubpages by clicking...
by ptosis 6 years ago
Sometimes people don't want to see the whole slide show.
by Marcy Goodfleisch 24 months ago
Hi, HP Team! I don't know if this has been suggested before or not, but can our fantastic IT team develop a way to automate the HP copyright language you've created for us? I have more than 100 pieces published here, and am having to go through all of them one by one to install the copyright...
by Debra Allen 6 years ago
Some of us don't have all day to visit all the places we share our work on. I, personally do not have that many tabs that I can open up to share my work on. Please add it back. I was told that when it was up some people used it as spam. Can you explain to me and others here...
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