For the last few days, or even longer, now that I think about it, when I am reading a hub and go to rate it, my ratings record when I do it, but on refresh the ratings are gone.
This is rather embarrassing and also confusing to the author when, in comment, I may allude that I have voted the hub up and rated it "interesting" and "useful".....then when they look, they see no new ratings making me appear to be a liar.
We visually acknowledge the ratings when they are submitted, so that you can see it was recorded, but the actual application of this data is not real time.
So this means that going back to the Hub, you won't necessarily see it immediately. This information is applied in batches over time so there is a delay.
It happened to me where someone noted in the comments that they had chosen a particular accolade for my hub such as "Interesting" but the actual vote didn't show up until the next day. Maybe there is a delay in the system. Don't know if it is still happening but it happened over the weekend for me.
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