Hey guys. Was just wondering what exactly the A means on account summary. I haven't actually published any articles yet but I have about eight that I'm working on. Next to each one of them is the letter A. At the bottom it says that that means missed summary. Is that simply because they haven't been published yet or did I miss something? I don't remember seeing that when I first started writing my articles. If someone could shed a little light, that would be great. Thanks!
This should answer all your questions:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/How- … ub-Summary
In future, if you click on the icons it will tell you what it means.
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