In "My Account" page there is a Status "New" What is the actual use of this option ?
The newly unpublished hubs are being shown when we select this option.
It is also available in the Option "Unpublished Hubs"
If we are getting a report of the latest 20 or 30 hubs published when we select the option "New" it would have been useful.
Otherwise "New" is showing latest unpublished hubs only which is not useful.
You basically want to say that there seem to be no difference between "New" and "Unpublished" status. Makes sense, let wait for the response from Hubpages
Yes i mean that. It would have been useful if we could check the status of latest published hubs, without viewing all old hubs.
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