How would you know when the hub was published?
I am reading some articles right now, and I wonder when these hubs was published... Anyone has any idea?
I'm wondering the same thing, too. There's no date written in the hub. Try to look at the first comment so you'll have an idea when it was published (the time the comment was made was indicated).
You can only see when your own hubs were published. Why do yo need to know when others were published?
You can't see when others hubs were published, but as has been previously stated, your best bet is to look at when the first comment was made (it's not common for the first comment to be months after the hub was originally posted).
I can't say I understand the rationale behind keeping the publication date private, and do understand why you might be interested in knowing (say, for example, if the hubber wrote about a product that would be released a particular amount of time from when they wrote the hub).
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