I'm trying to look through someone's hubs, and would like to see a list of ALL of them, but can't figure out how to do it--does anyone know the "secret" to doing this???
I know that if you are on a person's profile, and you are looking at the "latest, best, hot" listing, by clicking on more, you will get to see all of that person's Hubs, sorted whichever of the three options had been highlighted.
So, if you are looking at someone's latest Hubs and you click more, you wind up seeing a full list of Hubs from newest to oldest. If you had picked hot, the more link will get you everything from hottest to least hot.
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
Why would a featured hub not show up on my drop down list of hubs to highlight?If a hub is featured, why would it not show up under my profile to put in the highlighted spot? Thank you for answering.
by Novel Treasure 3 years ago
I just logged in and it shows every single one of my hubs highlighted in pink, to need review. The majority of these were well trafficked and featured hubs or editor's choice. Did something happen? I tried looking in the questions and forums and didn't see anything. I am not a former Squidoo person...
by kbdressman 24 months ago
How do you overcome writer's block when it comes to looking for good hub topics?
by Sherri 7 years ago
This is a great feature HP has...flagging Hubs where links within those Hubs are broken.However, just in the last 20 minutes, four of my Hubs showed on My Account page as having broken links. Only one did. (As in, there was no yellow text when looking at those Hubs in edit mode, for three of...
by Joe 9 years ago
Yes, that is the question. Amirite? Or Amiapig?(Do not promote your hubs in the forums.)
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
Hello hubbers. I have three related hubs, parts 1 to 3. Part 3 is the one getting most of the traffic. Part 2 hardly get's any at all even though they are linked. The word count when combined would be 2873 but given that it's a travel hub with lots of info I was wondering if I should just combine...
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