Say, I just had an idea.
When we want to publicize our hubs, it would be a great help if the "My Account" page list of all our hubs contained the actual URL that we could copy/paste.
I realize they are automatically linked to the page on which they appear to the public by their titles in our list, but it
would save a lot of time over having to "hub hop" to each one of our hubs we want to promote in order to pick up the URLs.
The time spent going to each hub for the URL is not bad if you only want to promote a single hub, but sometimes some of us (or am I the only weirdo?) may want to promote a group of hubs all at once, and so need several URLs together. If they were visible all on the 'My Account' page it would be helpful.
Thanks...Just a suggestion.
On the stats section of my account:
right click the hub name, then choose "copy link location". The URL is now on the clipboard and can be pasted somewhere else.
At least it works with FF.
Actually, let's see what that does when placed in the forums:
Edit: It works.
I just copy the linked URL from the titles, ala wilderness. Too make them visible would be redundant in a sense and add a massive amount of clutter.
(Groooaaaannnnn)... I wonder why I can never figure these things out for myself--that they are not obvious to me or something...
All my "great ideas" turn out to be not so hot... (grumble, grumble, mutter, mutter...)
How to feel stupid in one easy lesson. ..
Thanks, folks...I appreciate your time.
Tis always best to copy the url when you publish and save it in a file on your computer for quick access. No idea's or suggestions are dumb no need to be hard on yourself.
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