is it just me or does anyone here keep on clicking on their name where the sign out button is thinking it's going to take them back to their profile page ?
I keep doing this - maybe i just use too many of these networks but when I want to go to my profile I automatic seek out my name and click on that - unfortunately on hubpages it mean's i keep accidentally logging myself out then i have to try and remember my password, then my brain goes blank and i end up either surfing somewhere else (thinking i'll come back later, as you do) or I hit the reset button.
Just wondered if the HubPages people had noticed a lot of use of the logging out button, or if they can tell via cookies or IP or something - as I wouldn't be surprised if others do it - unless this is my own unique party trick ?!
I've been here for over two years and never had that problem once.
Hmmmmm.... I haven't had that problem at all, could be because I don't belong to other social networks. When I want to see my profile I click on "profile", not my name.
Yes, the 'sign out' button clearly shows it and we have to click 'my profile' to go to the profile page
I do it all the time, Im not sure the reason (it does say sign out) I have at least a dozen other profile social network type things and have NEVER had this issue before.
I think your right its the name thing - The tab should just say sign out - i just feel drawn to clicking on my own name - or expect my profile to be there
Good job pointing that out -now hubpage admin hurry up and fix that- i waste at least 26 seconds a day because of this flaw in usability design - i might just head over to squidoo instead
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