Hey Hubbers and Hub Staff,
I am curious to see if it would be possible to add a sticky forum thread specifically dedicated to the Instant Hub Challenge .
When the forum thread is actively being used, then it would not be blue in color and would be moved along like all the rest.
However, whenever the forum thread isn't active for more than 2 hours(meaning no one has posted to the thread), then it returns to the top of the forum threads as a sticky.
This would allow readers to constantly read the "Instant Hub Challenge" thread, just from the curious perspective, to see what was done in that time. And, new thread would not be necessary, because all one would have to do is post to the sticky "Instant Hub Challenge" thread, and presto, it's no longer a sticky, but an active thread, ready to use and allows posting of links.
Those who partake in Hub Challenges(30 Hub in 30 Days) have their own dedicated thread for posting links. Instant Hub Challengers post their links when finished, so to be read by other participants.
I know, it's strange, but I'm strange, so with that said- it was just a thought.
by Paul Maplesden 5 years ago
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by Hmrjmr1 9 years ago
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by colonial82 8 years ago
Is there someone where else I have to sign up for this challenge other than post on here?Thank you for the help to a newbie Have a great day everyone
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