Hoping to word this correctly so you understand what I'm saying.
I log in everyday to my account but I only open maybe one title for editing if any.
My question is:
Why have so many of my titles changed to the purple color when I have not clicked on them or edited them in any way?
Are that many of my hubs being checked everyday? No reads are indicated so what changes them to purple?
The purple ones are all the ones you have clicked since your most recent cookie came into existence. Thus, if the cookie is 6 months old, then everything you've clicked in the last 6 months is purple.
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