It would be great if there was an option for us to revert to old copies, editions or backups with each hub. It would be even greater if we could do the same with our tags!
Just a suggestion. What do you all think?
When you have 200 hubs, let me know if you still think this is still a good idea
Regardless of the number of hubs that anyone (including myself) would eventually have, it could be beneficial to revert back to another saved version.
For example, earlier this evening a hubber accidentally deleted her text block in a well performing hub. She was rather upset about this and was wondering how to fix it. She could have easily remedied her boo boo by reverting to a previously saved version.
There are other potential benefits, Mark. There's no need to crack on an idea without giving it a fair shot.
And when I have 200 hubs, hopefully the idea will be actively in place and running smoothly for those of us that aren't leaving!
Hey Mark, just in case you didn't get my message before, I'm sorry to see you go. Your flavor does add to the HubPages community.
There have been times when I've been editing that I've wished I could "undo". My own fault for editing directly in the capsule instead of cutting and pasting!
I have my own backups of hubs. Just keep a copy of each hub in a word document on your computer. Simple and safe!
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