I did a really dumb thing! I edited something and failed to click "done editing" about a week ago. Fortunately, I decided to take a look at it this AM and there it was still in editing mode!
Is there a notification in the statistic to warn people like me that it's still being edited? I assume that when you are editing, your work is not "out there" for viewers; am I right or wrong on that? Thanks
I seem to recall seeing a "draft saved' message when editing. i never leave a hub unpublished so i'm not sure .
Many times I forgot to write a summary for my hubs and realize it after I hit publish. So I immediately go in and edit it. Then I notice once I am done editing the hub sometimes there will be a comment left on the hub. So I am assuming that when you are editing the it is still visible for people to read and comment on.
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