What does the grey "A" mean when it shows up next to your hubs under "my account"?
it says at the bottom, it means you didnt write a summary for the hub, if you want to make a summary go to edit hub and it will be on the right hand side.
Is this new? I have never written a summary for my hubs. I didn't see the grey "A" at the bottom. Thanks!
It just means that you need to write a summary for your hubs or HP is going to auto generate one for you.
by LetitiaFT 7 years ago
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by Skarlet 5 years ago
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by KRC 8 years ago
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