2 Feature Suggestions

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  1. AlanSwenson profile image75
    AlanSwensonposted 8 years ago

    1- Import /Export of Hubs - I would like to be able to export all my hubs just in case.  Who knows what happens on the internet sometimes.  What if hubpages got shut down for some unknown reason and all my writing is lost.  Plus if you could export and then import it would be easy if you needed to delete a hub and then reload it under a different title as I sometimes need to do if I misspelled something.
    2 - Being able to Favorite hubs.  There are a few hubs i like to refer back to from time to time.  It would be nice to be able to favorite them and see them on my main hubpages view.

    1. simeonvisser profile image79
      simeonvisserposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      1. Yes, I'd love to see this too, perhaps even for all hubs at once to make a regular backup.

      2. You already can, there's a bookmark link next to every hub. You can then go back to your bookmarked hubs under 'my account' > Activity > Bookmarks.

      1. AlanSwenson profile image75
        AlanSwensonposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        aha, i somehow missed that for a whole year.

  2. sunforged profile image69
    sunforgedposted 8 years ago

    regarding 1)

    you can make an individual backup by choosing print and then selecting the .pdf option, if you can get in the habit of doing this for yourself after each new hub is published or major change to an existing hub, you will be in good shape.

    I would also like a backup/export all function , I sure Ive missed quite a few in my time here. But that is a currently possible solution for you.

    I dont think import will ever be possible as it would make mass submissions, spamming of hubs far to easy.

    I always wanted import for the legitimate reason of often working from outside the home and thinking how great it would be to be able to do much of my composing and writing offline (even if its just sticking capsules in place for the dynamic stuff or keywords in commerce capsules) and being able to upload the work once I was back into internet connectivity.

    Although, I will never expect it - I really, really want an offline Hub composition tool (like turbolister software for ebay)

    1. AlanSwenson profile image75
      AlanSwensonposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Thats why I want import too.  I have an apple and it could easily be integrated as an app store app.


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