My Hubtivity shows no activity for the past five days, but I have been posting to forums ever since then. Is there a problem with my account?
The post you just made shows up in your hubtivity. Did you perchance post under a different user account?
I promise, I'm not crazy! I see that it showed up too. Last week, I had been posting in the different word games on here and in the Hubber's Hangout. Those never showed in my Hubtivity. Hmmm...I guess all is well. Thanks.
I know that you are not crazy. For your information, posts in the sandpit never show up in hubtivity. That is where most of the word games are posted.
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