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No, not in my home,
I am wondering if visitors can still read a hub while I am editing it?
Yes they can, assuming you had previously published it. I often edit hubs after publication and it makes no difference to the copy that the visitors are seeing.
Mr. Ewbie tells the truth! Visitors will also see the most updated version of a capsule once you've edited it, so as soon as you click "save" on a capsule, that's the version that will load when someone visits your page.
I believe that people can still visit the 'old' previously published version of your hub while you are editing, and the newly edited version replaces it when you are done editing.
I don't know this for absolute positive sure-- but that is how it seems.
Maybe a staffer can confirm or clarify.
If your hub is published visitors can still access it and read it while you are making changes to it. They will simply see the "old" version of the hub rather than the one with the edits you are working on at the moment. As soon as publish the changes you've made to the hub they will be able to view your "new" hub instantly.
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