The notifications feature is great. But, just a small tweak (I'm not sure of the coding behind it as it may be complicated as well). However, if possible when we click on a notification could it open in a new tab? That way you don't lose the page you were currently on.
It's a very simple change to the code. However, for the time being, you can right-click over the link, and select 'open in new tab' or something similar.
by ptosis5 years ago
Sometimes people don't want to see the whole slide show.
by Tanya Jones3 years ago
The one thing I like really, really well since I've been here is the feed page. My settings are to receive most everything. When I'm away for the day, I know I can play catch up rather easily when I return. I'm also...
by Rafini6 years ago
When I checked my email this morning, I had 5 emails from HubPages telling me someone had replied to my forum posts - including myself in 2 (at least some]/i] of the emails contained multiple post notifications).I can...
by Inspirepub9 years ago
Just thought I would raise this one again.I have been here six weeks and have received the weekly newsletter once - in my first week.Is anyone doing anything to find out why so few people get the newsletter?And if we...
by simeonvisser6 years ago
On Twitter you can create lists of people that you are following and you can see the tweets of only those people. I wish we had the same thing on HubPages so that I can put the people I follow into lists. This can...
by Michelle Liew5 years ago
Hi Hubpages, I was wondering if it is possible that we get all notifications when other writers publish. It helps us to zoom in on hubs already published, as it is quite difficult to go to each person and search through...
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