When I am starting a new Hub, instead of the usual three options: "Preview", "Save Unpublished" and "Published", it is showing "Preview", "Submit For Publication" and "Done Editing". As much I know, these options are shown when you are editing your hub after it is reviewed and demands revision, but in my case, it is nothing like that.
I am not getting it. Please help.
Thank you in advance for your help.
That is correct options HubPages showing you.
When you create new Hub they show you these 3 options. When you are done with your write up you can Submit for Publication and when you are Done with writing so you can do Done Editing.
I hope it helps you.
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