Hi, I submitted my hub 'Health Benefits of Herbal Teas,' to the network site, and I could see that it was accepted, because there is a little green icon next to it,
I have recently submitted another hub 'How To Make Feta And Cottage Cheese,' to the network site. No little green icon.No message. How do I find out what I must do to approve this hub?
The little green icon does not mean it was accepted. It means it was edited. If it has a little red pen attached to it, you click on it to see what the edits were.
if an article is accepted, the team notifies you via email. If it is taking too long you can always email the team to ask them what is going on with your submitted hubs.
The trouble is I have so many emails, I don't always have time to read them. The little green icon did have a little red mark and I fixed the problem. Now it is only green.
Yes, but it just takes a few minutes to scroll through them to see the ones from HP. You can also click on your submitted articles to see whether they've been moved.
The red mark doesn't indicate a problem, only that it has been edited. The red icon lets you see what has been edited. If you changed anything, you may have 'unfixed' it.
Just be patient. I submitted a hub about a week ago and just received an email saying an editor had placed it in a waiting queue. I think they may be having trouble keeping up with all the submissions.
Thank you Jodah, but do they let you know if it is not accepted and why.
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