How do I change the link to my hub, there isn't even a option for me to see what my link is to my page, I have not published it yet, but I would like to know what the link is, and how can I change it.
The URL that you have now is the one that you see when you save your hub, even in unpublished state. You can see the url in the address bar of your web browser.
The way to change the url is to start a new hub and choose this time the right url. And copy the content from the old hub and erase the one that you don´t like.
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