Is there a way to look up when I got certain hubpages badges? I would like to know when I got certain ones like 10k, 100k and the commenting one etc..
I think with the number of hub views they send you an email on each milestone so you might be able to see it from those. For the other ones I don't think there is any way to tell as the commenting ones keep changing I think.
On the main feed page, at the top right, there is a small blue link called "Filters". Click it, and then click on "Milestones". That will show milestones awarded in the last two weeks. Otherwise you can go back through your pages of activity on your profile, which covers about two months.
Unfortunately, I don't think there is any other way to track the award dates, especially older ones.
Just a thought and who ever else wants to wander here...
I wonder if anyone really cares... you might when you are new out here, but not after you have been here for a year or more
They wander away. They wander back. The mystery of life continues...
I really couldn't care much... analytics gives me all I want to know..these accolades have ceased to have much of their significance for me..
by rmshdc 9 years ago
It is time to celebrate! I have just published 200 hubs in 8 months, joining in middle of Aug 2008.But HubPages has not marked this as a milestone in HUBTIVITY!
by Sally Gulbrandsen 11 months ago
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by SunSeven 10 years ago
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by Jarn 5 years ago
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