When you make a decent update on a hub, is there a way to click a button that notifies those in your fan club that the hub has been noticed.
I thought about it being automatic, but if you make an insignificant change or multiple changes on the same hub during one day, you don't want to send multiple update notices to the people in your fanclub, cluttering up their inbox.
A check box or something would be perfect to choose when you wanted to send out the update notice.
If a hub is unpublished and then republished again, does it send out an announcement the same as when first published?
No, I don't think so. I tried it (yup, I have two accounts and I'm my own fan). Not only did it not send out the announcement, but it keeps the original "publish" date.
I don't believe this is the case. I've accidently hit publish instead of save unpublished, quickly unpublished, and then published at a later date, and after republishing you never see it on the recently published list. So, I doubt that there's an email sent for it. :-\
This sounds like too much work for me... :-\ A box to click would be so much easier.
It would be nice to have that feature. I haven't published in about 5 days, but have been busy making some good, substantial edits to a number of my Hubs.
I agree... after editing some Hubs that I had written when I first joined Hubpages, I certainly wish I could re-publish!
You could write a short hub announcing it with a link - and then delete it afterwards
But your fan club that receives emails would get it. Then you delete it.
By the way, what happened to the passion?
I reckon a box to tick would be really great. Not for just little fixes etc
Or it would definitely clog up emails and would affect everyone that does not have a lot of downloads limits etc....
by Beth100 4 years ago
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