Where do I find my Hub?
I missed speled a word and want to fix it but I can't find my Hub
Do a Google Search using the title, that's one way. A better way is to choose My Account under the Menu Tab using your name (in your case, LuisEGonzalez) and then browse down your list until your find your Hub title, then double click on it to open.
Place the cursor over your name, this will show you several options, click on "my account". You will see your hubs listed, scroll down until you locate the hub that you want to fix, click on "edit" and once you fix whatever it is that you want to correct, click on "done editing".
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