The Hub listing under "Statistics" allows you to filter on certain status criteria such as New, Not published and a few others.
How about adding "Any Problem" to that so I don't have to scan through 200+ lines looking for any little markers? The resulting list could include broken links, malicious links, ads disabled and "needs revision" or they could be separate choices.
I bring this up because I happened to notice a broken link symbol this morning and don't know how long it has been hiding in plain site.
I wouldn't mind having ▼= traffic falling and ▲= traffic rising as separate selections either.
Your dashboard already includes options that let you display/sort only those hubs with broken links, malicious links or those which need revision. Those features have been available for quite some time now.
I think it would be nice if admin added options for disabled ads or too many tags.
I think the it would be helpful if the sofware told us whether we had the ideal number of tags. It should warn us if we have too few tags or too many. If we have too few then I can safely add some more - I never know when I can add more tags to avoid having too many tags...
No, it has SEPARATE links for those.
I'm looking for one click to see everything that has a problem I might need to address.
It would be good also if there was some way to have an "automated Quick-Scan for HP TOS issues" before or when a hub is published. Possibly highlight the TOS issues. This would help with those who have a hub published and it is unpublished at a later date. This way they can correct the problems instantly.
I had one issue once because I didn't realize a link was hosted by another site I linked to. This meant 3 links to one site.
Lesson on this was: just because a site with similar information has a different URL does not mean it is a "separate link." Sometimes we have no way of knowing these things until it is too late.
I like this suggestion in the way it helps those hubbers with huge number of hubs.
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