I just opened a new account. I completed just enough to open the account when I decided to go back to a previous page. I discovered I could not go back, and I could no longer continue where I left off. I am not sure that I completed the entire process. How can I make that determination?
P.S. Nice to be aboard.
Your account was obviously established and is valid, or you wouldn't be able to post here. You should have received an email from HubPages. There are additional configuration options for you to explore at your convenience.
Thanks for the response. I have received an email from HubPages. Previously, I reached a point at which I was asked about email servers--if memory serves me correctly--when I tried backtracking to another page, I lost the page that I had been on. Wanted to be sure I had not missed something.
If you mean topics to follow that interest you, use the links provided below.
Once you have published a sufficient amount of hubs under different categories, these will also be divided into topics on your profile page. You can get there by clicking on your profile picture or "my account" on the task bar.
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