Does anyone know what the green HubPro symbol WITH a red exclamation mark means?
Looks like this:
This symbol just alerts you that there has been a new edit to the Hub since you last looked at it. If you look at the new edits, the exclamation mark should disappear.
Never seen that but I expect they want you to edit something.Edit Bot mayhaps?
That's Editbot. And it does not look pleased.
Editbot has a different icon. If you click on the pencil/exclamation symbol in my account, you will see the edits that have been made to that Hub. Click on "view changes" to see the edits, and the exclamation mark will disappear.
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