at the top of your individual page, next to the edit button, on the same line as suggest links... its fantastic. And Im really excellent at the moment, still poddling around waiting to find out if I have a lease or not., yet Im doing good.
and thankyou and hope your world is treating you well. Love the hair!!!
I also noticed what I think is a new feature.
When you're editing your hub and you can see all the individual capsules...there's now a grey arrow on the left side, in between each capsule, so you can add a new one and insert it right there, instead of going to the bottom of the page and then have to re-order the capsules. Cool.
I am glad it was mentiioned, because I never noticed it!
It may not be new to you, but it's new to some of us who've been around here for a long time. I just checked it out, and it's a feature I'll use.
Boy will I use it.
The reason I never saw it is because I can't see it. It is there, and if I hover my mouse just to the left of the end of one capsule, the toolbar tip says "Insert Here" but otherwise there is no indication whatsoever. It works, but there is no visual indication (Chrome and Safari on Mac OS X).
My pervious procedure upon starting a new hub has been to delete the photo and the comments and then click, click, click to add six or seven text capsules. After I have filled them in, I go back and add the other kinds of capsules and move or reorder them into place.
Now that I know about this, I can save myself a lot of shuffling around.
It's such a small pale blue/grey arrow ("greater than" symbol) that it's almost impossible to see. My brand new HP Pavilion DV7 shows it as a character at maybe a 10% screen.
There was a similar issue with "start a new hub" a while back, where the words blended into the HP banner because the green was too similar in saturation to the black background.
Maybe HP will do something about this.
LOL, Pcunix, that's what I do, too! And I never noticed this feature before either. So glad to find out about this ... thanks, timorous!
wow thats fantastic, save so much time and effort. Thankyou hubpages and you dear for sharing.
Boy, new or not, it sure is useful. Sometimes it seems that half my time is shuffling around capsules. I love it! Thanks, timorous!
Im sure over the coming months I am going to discover a lot of cool things about this place.
I'm glad I read this topic! I've learned a few useful things which I will use in future to help my hubbing along thanks everyone.
yes thanks everyone. Wow that insertion button will definitely save me so much time... and the statistics for individual hubs saves me having to work out my google stats.
by skperdon 6 years ago
I have it on my profile page but haven't been able to find function that allow me to place it on my hubs.
by Yvonne Spence 6 years ago
On some of my hubs (but not all) when I click the stats button, a message pops up: "Something went wrong. Please try again. And when you get a chance, you may want to report this issue in the Hubpages forums."
by Melanie Shebel 6 years ago
Maybe it would be cool if we could run the title tuner on a per hub basis so we don't have to wait for it to munch on all the data from all the hubs combined.That way we can quickly just get some title work done on a specific hub versus all of them.
by Blogger Mom 11 years ago
I'm just starting to figure out the URL tracking system. My question - is it better to assign URL trackers to individual hubs? Or by the location of the link? I can see the benefit of knowing how many people are reading individual hubs to see which hubs garner more traffic. ...
by Katherine Tyrrell 4 years ago
I'm trying to make a record of the data on the individual hub stats page re. a specific hub however I'm unable to access the Stats page for that Hub - it just says So here I am reporting the problem!Three queries1) Is this general across HubPages and related to the existing stats problem which...
by premsingh 9 years ago
If any content of the hub is being copied by someone and used elsewhere, its not the fault of hubber. This is nice that HP is motivating hubbers to file DMCA to the concerned site and take appropriate action,who is going to waste time to fight with the copyright violators. HP has witnessed...
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