Did I read that our transferred lenses would retain their original publishing dates?
Mine didn't. Near as I can tell, almost all of them now bear the date of my last update of them at Squidoo, which was two weeks ago.
Much as I appreciate making my old content look much newer than it is, it's a little weird to have hubs that are dated two weeks ago, with comments that are dated three or more years ago.
I'm also concerned about what this might do to any duplicate content that's out there, since my articles from 2006 now look like they were published in 2014.
Oh. Duh. The correct dates do appear in my account. I didn't realize that when they're listed on our profiles, they bear the date they were last updated.
Sorry. This is resolved, but I'm not deleting it, in case anyone else has the same panic attack.
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