I hesitate to give this suggestion because in some ways that would make using hubpages more convenient but then I also consider the downside- having people write hubs via a phone can't be good for content. Maybe we could read and access hubpages through our phones but not actually publish through them? I think I would visit the site more and so would others.
Also, I have found so many hubs so helpful, I have wanted to print them out. It is very difficult to print out hubs. It never looks quite right and what could fit on one page ends up on 3. Maybe we could have a print view option? Many people search the internet for quick handouts to demonstrate a point for a small group, I think if hubpages had a printer friendly view option, we would attract more people looking for this type of info.
There is a print view option at the bottom of the hubs, next to Share.
I know there is an iPhone app, not sure about Blackberry.
I am going to pretend the hubpages team accepted my suggestion about the print view so quickly that it is now available at the bottom of hubs, next to share!
by Paul Deeds 8 years ago
We recently rolled out a change that makes viewing hubs using a mobile browser a better experience. Basically, we've removed the sidebar and stripped away anything that wasn't essential. We've tested it on the iphone and some versions of android and it works pretty well. However,...
by Insightful Tiger 5 years ago
I would love to have an option to save hubs on some kind of reading list. Often I will be browsing hubs and find one that I want to read, but then something comes up and I have to walk away from the computer. By the time I come back, my computer might have fallen asleep, or my husband turned it...
by Dorsi Diaz 10 years ago
I just wanted to make a suggestion to those that are working on making writing their career (even if you just do it for pleasure this is a good idea) -a good thing to do is to print out your hubs and put them in a binder. I am in the process of doing this now.It's good to have hard copies of...
by Ashish Joshi 6 years ago
I had no choice but to start a new thread about the same suggestion as the previous thread was closed for anymore comments before I could post my feedback upon the latest profile layout.It appears nice and quite user-friendly overall, but I must admit I won't be satisfied if my suggestion on the...
by Bryony Harrison 5 years ago
As we can update our hubs, I think it would be a good idea if you had the option to notify hubbers who are following that hub if there are any updates to the text or additional picture, etc.
by May Galnou 6 years ago
Hi, I can't help thinking that it would be helpful to have the option for hubs to be linked to more than one category if necessary. For example, I wrote a review on a book about the TV show Mad Men. However, I was torn about which category to allocate this hub too. I ended up...
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