Under the new rules, I'm having to delete two of my favorite hubs, "My Favorite Bible Games, and Some Funny Things Said In Court," , but I understand why. I'm deleting them one at a time. What I'm going to miss are the beautiful comments that I received on the hubs. Is there anyway that I can preserve the comments ?
You'll have to copy and paste them into a word program.
Is there anyway you can add more content to the hubs or change their content?
Thanks for the advice WryLit. Actually with my "Bible Game" hub I never knew it was on the Internet, but I've known about, and played it for years. Whereas, the one on the "courts funny saying," I received it in an email from a friend, and just took a chance. In other words I can't really change the content.
Could you just unpublish them rather than delete them, but keep them in tact with the comments? Or have I misunderstood ?
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