I have an unpublished hub I'm working on. I'm on my account page looking at hub stats and see that that unpublished hub has a question mark (?) in the column for its hub score. What's that about? Also, that hub has a warning on it, when I'm in edit mode, saying it's substandard, not enough text, etc. Does that affect anything? I mean, I haven't published it yet, I'm working on it.
See latest blog post re: "?".
As to "substandard", that will automatically go away as you continue work on your hub.
I see the same on my hub that I published a few minutes ago. The little help on the stats page says that the hub will receive a score once it goes through the quality assessment process. Now just have to wait and see how I did on it
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