For some reason I can no longer embed YouTube videos in my hubs. The message keeps saying "URL not recognized." It worked fine before, so why can't I do it now? Is anybody else having this problem?
I have had the problem and had to try again and then it has worked! YouTube videos also don't always play properly after they have loaded I have found but I don't have an answer for that.
This is only a temporary problem. Try again. It should work.
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