What's happened to the Amazon capsules?
For some reason or another, my Amazon capsules have stopped working. When I go to edit my article, the capsules are still there. But they don't work, and I can't see them in my article. Is anyone else having this problem?
I am not sure what the problem is. I have noticed a few of them not working on my hubs. I have found that some of the products I recommended are no longer available on Amazon. I have spent the last few hours updating most of mine. Other than that...I am sorry to say, I have no clue.
Hmmm.... Have you tried viewing your hubs with the capsules in another browser? Sometimes the issue is browser-specific. You might also want to log out of HP and try to view them again.
My amazon capsules are working fine... I hope you find out how to get yours to work. It is so frustrating sometimes until you can figure out the problem.
This question belongs in the "Report a problem" forum, where staff can see it and help.
I am having a problem too. I can't see them when I edit, but they are there when I publish. I reported this in a forum post.
I just posted in the help forum because I noticed that mine are not showing up on my articles. I work on those every time, but never checked to see if they actually were showing up there. Now I have to go back through my articles and check.
Mine are working fine and also showing on the hubs as well. But as Cardisa said post this in the 'Report a Problem" forum to get it in the know of the staff.
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