In my home page, Red colored "new!" text is being appeared with a post title. What is that?
But I publishe another hub that is newer than that. But it is not showing that red staff.
From what I can see, your hub about 5 computer tips is the latest one you've published. And it's the one I can see listed below with the word NEW beside it.
However, the area below that displays your hubs by topic only displays 12-15 hubs, so if your newest hubs aren't in the randomly chosen topics, then you won't see it, or the word NEW.
It'll go away after a few days anyway.
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