It would be great if there was the graph of your daily historical views and number of hubs published when you filter on a particular group.
It would help hubbers see how a particular group is performing over time. Currently, we can see that graph for all hubs and views overall, but splitting it up by article group would be GREAT!
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
Ever since I started working with HubPages, I've received requests for a feature that makes it easy for:1. Signed-in Hubbers to suggest (private) edits to fellow Hubbers' Hubs2. Hubbers (who have opted in to the...
by Hani Khalid15 hours ago
My article was featured about 2 weeks before and suddenly got unpublish today. Can anyone explain the reason to it?
by Paul Edmondson4 months ago
In a very limited release (2 articles, that will expand to dozens in the next month or so) we are testing a new feature and process called Expert Reviews. Our strategy is to satisfy Google and readers with...
by Whitney7 years ago
The title editor loads REALLY, REALLY slow. Is there a way to organize the hub titles? Either by publish date or alphabetical order. It's hard to find unless I use the find feature (CTRL+F on a pc or APPLE+F on a mac)
by Stephanie Hicks6 years ago
This evening, I started following a hubber, and noticed that she had a Hub of the Day badge on her profile. I wanted to be able to quickly locate and pull up the hub (or hubs) that received the accolade by...
by Mishael Austin Witty6 years ago
I recently asked a question about an old button I found, and one of the people who responded to my question asked some questions about it and said that it was hard to tell much from the picture (but, since I was asking...
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