Hi All--I'm wondering if it is possible to change the title of a hub once its published. I don't seem to see a way to do it when I have the hub in edit mode. I know the url can't be changed, but how about the title? I'm still pretty new--only 4 hubs so far-- and am still very much in learning mode. Help and advice much appreciated:)
you can change the title, go to edit page and delete the old title from the top of the page and replace it,good luck.....jimmy
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