Hi all, I haven't been on HP much and noticed a new icon for featured hubs (the green pencil) but several have a red mark in them and I can't tell if that's an exclamation point indicating something needs to be fixed or a mushed up triangle indicating rising traffic. Can anyone clarify that for me? Thanks!
how long does that stay on there? Do I need to do anything?
Hi Danette Watt!
The green icon will stay there forever. It won't go. Once, you have checked what changes they have made to your hub, the red exclamation mark will go, leaving only the green one there next to your hub.
The red triangle will always be next to your hub as a separate icon. It won't be indicated inside the green icon.
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