My last post disappeared and so I am writing it again. On the right there is a box in which you can share you hub with FB, Twitter and Pin It. What happened to the Share box on the bottom of your hub that allows you to share it with StumbleUpon, Digg, Reddit and other social networks? It was there last week on my hubs, but not today.
Sorry for any confusion.
A few of the social sharing options have been retired in an effort to reduce screen clutter.
As of May 16 the following had been removed from Hubs:
You may want to look a the other changes as well here:
Including this post with screenshots explaining some of the changes:
If you would like to suggest a feature, please use the following forum:
At first it was some hubs because they were testing the new design.
You were not targeted. When the new designed rolled out site wide, everyone was, not just you.
I noticed it was gone when they switched over to the New Hub design.
It was there - it just took about 5 seconds or so to appear. Now it doesn't appear at all!
I promote my hubs daily and since the switch to the New Hub design, I have yet to see the "share" button at the bottom of the article in it's original place. The only thing I have found are the buttons on the side which now move along as the page goes down.
That was the 'share' button I was talking about - it only had a few sharing options - I agree the old 'share' option has gone...
Hey my excuse is that I'm an Englishman in the US wondering if he leaves at 1:15PM whether he can get home to watch the England v Ukraine game in time (I have a 1.5 hour commute) - share buttons become irrelevant at this time!
Good point Lady I was wondering that myself? I use to share on Stumbe and Redditt.
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by Christin Sander 3 years ago
I went to share a fellow hubbers hub and had to hunt for the buttons in order to share. There were at the very bottom of the right hand side. Then I checked one of my own hubs - all the way at the bottom. Not helpful, especially when many of us rely primarily on social media for...
by Susannah Birch 5 years ago
The share button (for sharing to the newsfeed) has disappeared from hubs. I've seen other mentions of it too, in the Q&A. Is this a glitch, or is there an upgrade going on that I missed?
by Sharooq Farzeen A K 4 years ago
The social network share button in hubs is too small for people to notice.I feel that if it is made larger more people can like/share our hubs,given they like it.
by L.M. Hosler 3 years ago
The share buttons seem to be missing from hubs. Anyone else having this problem?
by Audrey Hunt 3 years ago
Been trying to share hubs I'm reading with pinterest, twitter, hubpages, etc. The logos usually found on the right side of the page are gone. Have I missed something? Anyone else noticing this too?
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