Appearance of the Q/A section has changed, latest questions are shown and even links to hot, best and unanswered ones are given. But there is no link to the latest answers.
However, we can see them by manually visiting this url:
Yes, you are correct - we made some changes to the Q&A Section!
These changes were designed to improve the user's experience. The "latest answers" button was removed because it was very rarely used.
The most exciting change to this screen is that we added a "recommended" button, which will show you recent questions that we think that you will enjoy reading (and hopefully answering!)
by Billie Kelpin3 years ago
So, I understand that the question-answer section is to inspire hubs, BUT it feels a little disingenuous to use the information everyone provided, especially when that information would fit nicely in a list. I...
by Melody Lassalle9 hours ago
I was contacted by an editor about one of my hubs that they would like to include in one of the sites. It's an old Squidoo lens that I edited when the lenses were moved over and I haven't really touched it since.I...
by Susannah Birch5 years ago
I haven't seen a thread on this (feel free to post the link if there is).Hubpages will soon be giving ad share for questions.From the Hubpages weekly newsletter:While some of these Questions are winning prize money, all...
by Phil Plasma6 years ago
How often do you check the latest questions list?Click on 'Answers' then click on 'Latest' - how often do you do this?
by Peeples5 years ago
Do you think being able to choose a best answer will change the Answers section?So it has now been said that soon we will be able to pick a best answer. Do you think this will have any impact on the answers section?
by BlissfulWriter6 years ago
In the HubPages "Answers and Question" section, it is okay in the answer to provide a link to one of own Hub article?What about in the Forum section?
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