A warning message has suddenly appeared on one of my hubs ~ 'Too Many Product Listings'. I have never seen such a message before and cannot find anything on the 'Help' page about this subject.
This must refer to amazon capsules. Can anyone let me know, please, where I can find out more ~ especially about how many product listings are allowed.
Thank you in advance!
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