I was just going through the requests and there are many,many stupid ones that will never be answered. Is there any way of putting a flag button there too as you do on peoples hubs.
Maybe we can weed these out a bit sooner this way.
by James Paterson 9 years ago
do your stuff Maddie.....jimmyps Maddie did you get that silly email?
by Rajinder Soni 8 years ago
Up until today, I have published 452 hubs out of which 300 hubs have come out of hub questions asked by many hubbers. I didn't really knew that I did so many hubs before this flashed on my hubtivity - "32 minutes ago soni2006 has answered 300 requests"Answering hub requests is a nice way...
by Whitney 10 years ago
I frequently check the requests section for questions relevant to me, but I usually have to flip a page or so before hitting requests that I haven't answered. Is there a way to show the requests relevant to you that you haven't answered?
by Earth Angel 10 years ago
Greetings from Earth Angel,Today I posted two questions to the REQUESTS Section. I thought this started two new Hubs for Earth Angel?? As it worked today, the first person who answered the question was able to capture my Hub??Example: Earth Angel posted the question in REQUESTS: In your opinion,...
by starme77 8 years ago
I mean we all know all they have to do is look the answers up up right , instead of asking over and over and over , The reason I'm asking is because I just read a hub calling new hubbers questions stupid, I personally don't think any question in this world is stupid , if one never asked...
by glassvisage 10 years ago
Sometimes I stumble upon a HubPages request that could be answered by a Hub I've already written... but of course I couldn't submit another such Hub. There should be a way to use a Hub already made in order to answer a request.
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