I just went into this feature to share my new hubs on Facebook and noticed an option to Share With My Followers - does this mean my hubs aren't included in the daily email? Do I have to select this option first? This could explain a lot!! lol
I am pretty sure that used to be right but maybe you check out facebooks Q & A to be sure !
Clarify? Yes, you can share with your followers, even though they receive the newsletter daily. You can do this so you can get traffic sooner than the newsletter.
I think we are mixing up facebook with informing your followers. If you ckick share with followers a email goes out to all your followers and as long as their email settings allow the email to enter their inbox then they can choose to read the email Facebook is a seperate issue !
Right. I went into the Share feature to share on Facebook. Then I saw the option to Share With Followers & asked the question in this thread.
I think that the intention of that feature is to enable you to share other peoples hubs with your followers.
I just demonstrated this by sharing 'How Does Equality Survive In Capitalism?' by Cagsil with my followers.
If anybody is following me, I would be grateful if they could confirm notification of this.
The intention is certainly not, as Cagsil suggests, to inform your own followers twice.
by rebekahELLE 7 years ago
I was just getting ready to send a hub in an email from the email option that used to be in the Share section. I couldn't find it.. has it been gone long? Or am I missing something?
by Stacy Harris 6 years ago
What happens when you click Share with Followers on an older hub?I am going back and working out some of the bugs on some of my older hubs. Trying to make them better. What happens when you click the share button, and then click Share with Followers. I did that, but I can't tell what happens. The...
by Alfreta Sailor 7 years ago
I'm using the relatively new "share with friends," to share some of my old hubs with new followers. (That's probably not it's intended purpose, but, oh well). Anyway I don't know how it comes out. Could someone please share a hub, or two with me so I can see how it's received....
by rebekahELLE 8 years ago
I just sent my latest hub to my followers. I'm wondering if the daily mails will still send out hubs to our followers... Does anyone know how this works?happy friday.
by Heidi Thorne 15 months ago
When the share window pops up for Facebook, it only allows us to post to our Facebook personal profile. However, I typically post hub shares to my Facebook Page. This option is usually available on other sites, but not on HP. Thanks for listening!
by Gordon Hamilton 5 years ago
I would love to see a feature that Hubbers could explain - in say, maybe 100 characters? - why they are sharing a particular Hub with their followers. I just shared a Hub but would love to have been able to tell people why I was sharing it.Is this feasible? I genuinely believe this may lead to...
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