How can I save the summary of my hub and publish it?
Below the capsule on the right is the summary section hat sums up the hub to make it easy for the search engines to rank the hub. I have typed it but how do I save it?
You don't have to save it, per se. There is no save button. Just publish and it will be there. It's confusing, I know. Good luck!
The summary saves automatically when you click publish or done editing button. It seems like their should be a way to save it that is more visible but as of yet... there is not.
Thanks. But after I typed in summary and published several hubs, the missing summary (A) shows up in my hubs statistics. I Need help.
Once you type your summary, you have to be sure that you push the publish or done editing buttons in order for it to save.
Is it possible that you haven't refreshed the accounts page? It doesn't update continuously - you have to push the reload current page on your browser, or the accounts link on HubPages.
You said "But after I typed in summary and published several hubs, the missing summary (A) shows up in my hubs statistics."
I don't know what's happening in there, but it should have been there when you click "done editing." Maybe you have an internet connection problem. If you lose you connection, it won't be saved. You'll just have to repeat it.
The summary is saved automatically when you push the done editing button. no need to save it.
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