I'd love to be able to choose my own photo to be used when hubs are displayed on my profile and on a Facebook link. The first image I use is not always my favorite, often one from wikimedia commons that appears first due to historical context. I would prefer to be able to post one of my own pix, usually one that appears later in the hub, and may be more iconic.
by Dr. John Anderson5 years ago
The slideshow does not suit many hubs and the horrible black button ruins the first photo. Please allow authors to choose whether they want it or not. You get a slideshow with just 2 or 3 photos which is silly.
by Kristen Howe2 years ago
I just posted a new hub today, (which didn't show up on my feed for preview), and it's not displayed on my hub profile page with the others. It did get a 68 for the score. Any ideas why my new hubs are having...
by Ashish Joshi5 years ago
Whenever people check out our profile page, they're greeted with a screen displaying our bio, hubs and our hubtivity and much more.But I wish there was also an option to control as to who can see our activity on...
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter4 weeks ago
Condoleeza Rice said symbols of confederacy, the flag and statutes, should be displayed to remind us of the injustice that took place. Those whose ancestors participated in the confederacy consider them symbols of...
by Laura2 years ago
Hi I spent an hour researching online but no one seems to have the answer. On other sites I've been able to post my articles via URL on my Facebook FAN page with the picture, text popping up, but not HUB articles. No...
by barrierbreaker3 years ago
Sometimes I change pictures and titles to my blogs to make them more appealing when I share them on social media, but I've noticed that sometimes the picture and title remains as the original when I do this sharing for...
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