I have provided well thought out responses that have been deleted, for example when asked what the most important conversion rates are for nursing students to learn (and I am a very experienced registered professional nurse and previous nursing instructor) and others asking for personal opinion about end of the world events simply because the question poser did not care for my Biblical perspective - when she did not say in her question that she did not want a Biblical perspective. I think it is very rude and inappropriate to deleted answers when people provide respectful responses in good faith. I think it discourages participation on HubPages and lowers morale. Should the delete option on the Q & A section be eliminated?
by Peggy Woods5 years ago
We have the ability to delete hubs we have written. Is there any way to delete questions? If we have asked some that have gotten no answers after a period of time, it might be a nice option to be able to...
by Daemonkin6 years ago
My hub I was trying to post is pulling this due to a forum post I made elsewhere. If I were to delete that forum post, should this stop the duplicate error?Obviously, there could be some issues with cached...
by M.s Fowler15 months ago
All my hubs need revision and Im busy with school so I was wondering how do i delete my account!
by Mike Pugh5 years ago
I just got started in creating forum postings, and I thought I placed my first one into the correct category, but for some reason it ended up being sent to the wrong category. This may have occurred due to my...
by Dave McClure5 years ago
On several occasions recently, I've commented on a forum post only to find that the original comment has been edited. That's OK, but the quoted content that I've commented on also changes. This should not happen. When I...
by Raj Lally Batala5 years ago
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