I started a Hub yesterday and saved it as a draft. Now I can't find it. How do I retrieve an unpublished draft?
Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated
You've posted 40 hubs and been here 2 years?, and you don't know how to find an unpublished hub?
Interesting. Click on "your hubpages username" at the top of the page. Go to my account. This will bring you to your statistics page.
You should be able to locate your hub there. It will most likely be in "red" coloring because it's unpublished.
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