I just visited a hub. I was shocked to see that hub has a score of 60 but it has no content. I scrolled to the bottom in search of some text material and below "comments" section it has one sentence only.
I was also in a impression that hub is unpublished but its status showed it a published hub. You may be right that author has published it mistakenly. That's why I didn't flagged it.
Well, if it's unpublished, then you definitely won't see it!
Don't feel bad about flagging a Hub - it is not "punishing" it. It is just a signal for us to take a look at it.
by Sally Gulbrandsen3 weeks ago
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