I noticed today that the green Hubpro sign has appeared among all the other 'not featured' 'copyright issues' etc signs at the end of the settings page. Does it mean that my profile has been chosen by Hubpro? or Is it a recent update of hubpages?
We recently added the HubPro icon to the legend at the bottom of the stats page. As with other icons on this page, HubPro Hubs are identified by the icon next to the Hub title on that page.
I put the odds at 99% it means that particular hub has been selected to undergo HubPro. I do believe the icon will show up a week before actual HubPro editing begins. And I'm guessing it will remain there forevermore after editing is completed.
I'm also seeing this. I feel pretty sure it just means it's now included in the key to symbols shown at the bottom of the stats page, if that's where you're seeing it.
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