When I click on "Share It" at the bottom of my new Hub, it says "you cannot share an unpublished Hub". But it is published. Any ideas?
I'm pretty sure it's published. My Hub count has gone up one and it is on my home page as a new Hub. Here it is -
Your right, I checked that Hub out and I hit the share button and it will not let me.
Wait a day or two and see if that changes, if it doesn't unpublish and republish.
I think it's working fine now. when I hit share, it opened up the box with no problems.
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