I'd like to go ahead and publish what I've written, but there is a possibility that I will want/need to make a change after getting a little feedback from a team mate. I know you can edit the text capsule and save prior to publishing (the condition it's in now), but if I go ahead and publish it, will I be able to make changes after I get my team mate's input?
Susan, have you ever noticed that button right at the top of your hub that reads "edit?" Well, it stays right there for you, even after the hub is published.
Thanks, Relache --
As a total HubPages newbie, I wasn't sure if it would be there or not after publishing. Perhaps that was obvious to most, but I did try to scrounge the FAQs and other forum requests to see if I could find an answer prior to asking. Now I know.
BTW, I was just admiring some of your comments to other inquiries. I like the direct approach myself.
Have a great one! And thanks again.
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