What does the green dot in the left bottom corner of a capsule represent?
I notice that when I am editing a capsule, there is a green dot in the bottom left corner. Is this important for anything. Do other colors appear that I am not aware of when putting content into a capsule?
It means that your internet connection is good. It will be red if you lose your connection. If it's red, you do not want to save the capsule because it may not process.
If you move your cursor over it, you'll find it says that your network connection is good. I'm not sure if there are any other colours - I haven't seen any.
Good catch Stephanie - I never noticed this. Now I'm going to have to go check it out!
The green spot indicates that the the process of saving the content, and the connection is on.
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