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.
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