I changed the title of a hub before publishing it, but the old title show up in the url....How can this be fixed? The New Hub Title is "Life After Death...What is the Truth?" the old title is "Burning in Hell...Is it Conditional?"
I want the "Life After Death.." title in the url. Thanks
The title and the URL are two completely separate things. Once you set the initial URL, it cannot be changed. Ever. You can change the title as many times as you need/want to. If you want to change that URL, you need to create a new hub with the URL that you want, transfer the information over to it and then delete the old hub.
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