I had warnings on a few of my hubs that I might have had too many tags so I removed the ones that I thought were arguably not a big part of the subject matter, and, which is great, it appears that my hub scores have gone up, but now there is a new problem. In my tags map there are now invalid tags and no way I can find to delete them! Is there any way they can be removed?
They will disappear in a day or so. For performance reasons we recalculate the aggregate author tags periodically, not in real time as the tags on a hub change (or hubs are published or unpublished, etc.).
I didn't realise that you could have too many tags. Thanks for sharing.
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