Two featured hubs I edited today are showing as 'featured' on my accounts stats page but when I downloaded the csv of my stats a moment ago, these two hubs had 'no' next to them in the featured column.
Why is this?
I looked at the CSV for your Hubs.
The only Hubs that do not have "yes" in the featured column are the Hubs that are new or not published.
This EC Hub, for example, shows "yes" in the featured column.
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Hi Matthew, thank you for your reply - when I checked back later and re-downloaded the csv, all were showing as featured - sorry I did not come back and update here.
I am thinking that this was to do with the hubs having been edited? Although, as I said, they were still showing the featured H next to them on the stats screen. I can send you the csv by email if you would like to take a look.
I just talked to our engineering team and it looks like the issue is exactly as you guessed, related to recently edited EC Hubs.
So this is a known issue that we should be able to address easily.
I will post an update when we have the fix deployed.
Thank you for taking the time to post this issue and for our continued patience.
We just deployed a fix for this issue.
Please let me know if you notice the issue persisting.
Thanks Matthew, that's great, I will be sure to let you know if I notice this problem again - Alison
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