My last two hubs were flagged for violation. Is there a way to find out what the violation was?
Go into the hub and then at the top, in the black bar, it will give an explanation.
You should also have received an email about it.
Click on the help button at the top right of the screen for more information about the specific violation.
Hi jloeding! In case you haven't yet, by clicking on each hub you should see a message in a black box at the top of the hub that tells you what the violation was. I think it is before you would go into the hub's edit mode. Hope this helps a bit. Ask again, if not.
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