The staff occasionally rewrites FAQs and Learning Center hubs, or even adds new ones. They are not dated in any way. Nor is there any way I know to follow them. Sometimes they are announced in one of the forums or the blog. I don't think it's consistently done, or even in the same place each time. This makes it difficult for those of us who think we know how things work to actually be aware of policy changes, new features or changes to existing features.
Another site I follow has a button along the top called Recent (or similar). It lists in reverse chronological order everything that has been posted since the last time I logged on. That would be cumbersome for a site this size, but not if limited to official pages (and posts?).
This isn't the same as the Official HubPages Announcements forum. That one is ordered according to the most recent reply, with no indication (in the forum listing) of when the "announcement" became "official." Furthermore, it doesn't seem to announce new or revised FAQs and Learning Center hubs (or any other policy stuff that I might be forgetting).
Yeah, I agree. It would be cool to be notified somehow of additions to the Learning Center.
Even like a thing like "There are X articles in the learning center you've not yet read." And then when I read it, complete a tiny quiz at the end of each module, it means I've "read it." HubPages could give part of a hubber's author score to the completion of all modules as motivation for people to read them.
by Simone Haruko Smith 8 years ago
At LONG LAST, the footage and materials of our first ever HubCamp are up in the Learning Center and ready for your viewing pleasure. You'll see that HubCamp now has its own section, and we recommend you watch the sections of the event in order, as we've structured it so that you can go...
by Peg Cole 4 years ago
It might help improve the quality of our content if access to the Learning Center was more obvious. It used to be available from a drop down menu. Now, you have to go to Help and look for it.Incidentally, I ran across a minor typo in the Learning Center under "How To Create Successful Online...
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
I can never find the learning center link, and it is very frustrating. If you are listening, Hub Gods...please place it back where it was for easy access.
by Marie Flint 17 months ago
I came across this piece of advice in the first part of the Learning Center:"Write to educate your readers on your topic: create content on subjects that you are an expert; don't create content for search engines, a link, or to sell a product. Hubs that are written for readers have a higher...
by Melanie Palen 20 months ago
I had a hard time finding it for a new writer who needed help on HubPages. I had to go through the "About Us" section then I think the blog to get to the Learning Center. Perhaps there is an easier way, but to a new user, it's difficult.I thought it would be under help, but it wasn't. I...
by ViralWhisper 6 years ago
Hi fellow Hubbers! I've been hubbing here at HubPages since year 2010 and I just can't believe that I haven't earn anything from my published articles since then, not a single cent! There's obviously something wrong. Any ideas? Please help! Thanks.
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