I don't know what happened but I am unable to publish any hub. I can't go any further after choosing title for my hub. I get stuck on 'quality hubs thrive' page and can't press continue. I remember uninstalling a few programs last night. Is it happening because I uninstalled something important? If yes, then what is it? See the screenshot. It is the page I get stuck on.
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NOTE: This issue is only affecting a small subset of users.
I have confirmed that new Hub creation is getting stuck at the "Quality Hubs thrive" screen.
The buttons on that page do nothing.
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I am not facing this issue anymore. I can't even see the 'Quality hubs thrive' page now.
Please carefully read the information on the screen as you create a new Hub.
The title/URL you are using is already in use.
Please choose a different title/URL for your Hub.
Have there also been problems to day with hub activity not being updated? I know there has been activity - people viewing my hubs etc, - because I've received comments and such, yet it appears no view numbers have been updated for hours.
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