Hubs that get Idled and edited get reassesed and reviewed
Hubs that are featured, and get edited for various reasons, get reviewed in the background.
Does this process involve resubmision via QAP for either or both?
If not, what is the process and does it vary for hubs that have already been QAPed or not.
All Hubs that are edited are re-submitted to the QAP, whether or not they were Featured or not Featured before said edit was made.
by Kylyssa Shay3 weeks ago
I asked for clarification as to what rights are owned by which parties on hubs edited by HubPro last year after one of my hubs was chosen for modification. The only answer I got was that we still own all the rights we...
by Giselle Maine3 years ago
Yesterday I went into edit mode on one of my non-featured (idled) hubs but DID NOT make a single change. (The reason I went in there was because I just wanted to look at my summary, which I can't do without going...
by AnnaMKB6 months ago
First off, my hubs are transferred from Squidoo, and I am aware of various issues there. I'd already checked and edited hubs after the transition, so this is all post transfer.What I don't understand is why some...
by Shorebirdie23 months ago
I have a hub that was moved here from Squidoo in September that I haven't touched at all. But, now it's unfeatured due to lack of engagement. I thought I had four months before stuff like that happened.
by Alison Graham3 years ago
Two featured hubs I edited today are showing as 'featured' on my accounts stats page but when I downloaded the csv of my stats a moment ago, these two hubs had 'no' next to them in the featured column.Why is this?
by Judy Filarecki2 years ago
I edited three un-featured Hubs that were transferred from Squidoo on 9/5 and 9/6 and clicked "Done Editing" and they are still unfeatured and there are no comments of why.The two on 9/5 ...
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