Hi guys, Mr Awbery again just asking a quick question
If i edit my featured article, for example add links to my other hubs that i have just written, will that lose it's feature status?
I want to add links to other pages so people can view my other work, but dont want it to go through the pending status again
Once more, a speedy response would be truly appreciated
Adding links to your other hubs will not cause you to lose Featured status, as long as you don't add more than two. Otherwise, make use of the Groups option to put those hubs that are on the same topic in the same group. Then, a link to the one previous and the one next in that group's list will appear at the bottom of the hub. So, you can include two more links that way.
Editing a Hub, no matter what content is added or removed, does restart the review process so it could change the status of a featured Hub. The number of links does not matter, just changing the Hub.
That being said, if your Hub was already featured and you are improving the content, then it may stay featured.
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