I was attempting to edit a Hub and completely surprised to discover the HubTool has been discontinued | disabled for Mobile.
Using Android 4.1.2, was unable to edit today, receiving instead a notification to switch to a desktop browser. Yesterday attempted to edit using my iPad and was not able, as the capsules failed to load, or save the changes, else the jQuery stalled.
Is this a permanent retirement of Mobile editing capability?
Is this still happening or has it been resolved? Me thinks HP not at fault here.
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