I disagree. It has been possible to close questions, not to delete them. Either contact a moderator or flag the question, requesting it be removed with an explanation. It is possible to not have answers to questions show in hubtivity by editing the preferences.
by Ryan Hupfer8 years ago
After seeing Hubbers announce certain milestones such as view numbers, first $100 payouts and HubPages anniversaries I thought that it would be really cool to create a more automated and easily broadcast way to let...
by Carlprimetimelee7 years ago
So far, every time I post a hub, I get a few views from other hubbers. What cues a hubber I've posted?
by Christoph Reilly8 years ago
A way to filter out hubtivity showing someone using one of those programs that just joins the fan clubs willy nilly? It's annoying. Better yet, outlaw it. It makes that persons membership in your fan...
by Audrey Hunt19 months ago
How do I delete a hub?
by Eric Graudins4 years ago
It would be nice to be able to selectively block updates to individual forum posts from Hubtvity.This would allow us to check out genuine hubtivity without having to scroll through screen after screen after screen of...
by carol stanley5 years ago
I have about 20 hubs with low scores and low views, Should I keep them or delete them. I have revised them all and they just seem stuck. Any ideas about this?
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