Can I delete an answer to a question that was poorly recieved?
I'm looking to remove the upset of a bad joke -even if it doesn't save the score.
I'm fairly new to Hubpages, but I don't think you can delete an answer once you have posted it. You are given a small window to edit your work (about 10 minutes) but I don't think you can do anything after that (at least I haven't seen it yet)
by David Livermore 5 years ago
Do you think Hubpages should take a harder stance to poorly written hubs?I hop hubs when I can, and find so many that are of poor quality. They have little to no content, or just one long text block. Don't get me started about the spelling or grammar.Should HP take more of a harder...
by Barbara 7 years ago
If I ask a poorly stated question and wish to delete it and begin again, how do I do that?Sometimes I ask a question that seems clear to me, but receives irrelevant answers because I did not use my words adequately. Is there remedy somewhere? Is it possible to restate or edit the...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 6 years ago
Do you delete poorly performing hubs?Have you benefitted from this? How?
by Teri Silver 5 years ago
Does anyone from HubPages do any editing for these articles? I hop a few here and there to findmany, many, MANY poorly written, poorly spelled and unedited pieces that are hard to read, so I just have to ask the question; what does HubPages do, if anything, to ensure quality? What are writers doing...
by mariexotoni 5 years ago
Do you ever delete a hub that's doing wellrewrite it and publish a new hub on the same topic?
by Peter V 6 years ago
Do you often flag content on HubPages?I see a few hubs everyday that are in English, but poorly written. I hate to flag a hub if someone is just trying to start on HP, but I don't like reading poorly written hubs! What are your thoughts?
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